East Flanders
Dendermonde
Interesting
Dendermonde The Essential
Interesting
Dendermonde, meaning "mouth of the Dender", is strategically placed at the confluence of the Dender and Escaut rivers. In 1667, Louis XIV was forced to abandon his siege of the town when its inhabitants flooded it. Dendermonde suffered badly after the fall of Antwerp in 1914.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Dendermonde
Église Notre-Dame
Église Notre-Dame
This 13C-14C church, topped by an
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Grand-Place
Grand-Place
Parts of this square have been rebuilt
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