The Triumphant

The Triumphant is the bell that replaced the old belfry bell, which bore the motto: "This bell is named Roeland; when it shakes it scatters thunder over the area". It was split in 1914 and taken from the belfry to here.

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Église St-Nicolas
Église St-Nicolas
Work began in 1200 on this imposing
15 minutes
Belfry and Cloth Hall of Ghent
Belfry and Cloth Hall of Ghent
The massive outline of the 91m-high
Koninklijke Vlaamse Schouwburg
Koninklijke Vlaamse Schouwburg
Opposite this neo-Renaissance building
15 minutes
See all