Brink

As in all towns of Saxon origin, the main square of the town is called 'brink'. It is there that the market is held (on Friday mornings and Saturdays). Notice, at no.'s 11 and 12, a façade dating back to the beginning of the 17C, adorned with shells. The Penninckhuis house (no. 89), richly decorated, dates back to 1600.

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Town Hall
Town Hall
This large, leaning edifice, built in
The three Harengs
The three Harengs
This building, with its attractive
15 minutes
Bergstraat
Bergstraat
In this hill district, you will be able
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