Medieval Belgium is situated in Western Europe and boasts of Renaissance architecture. The country is divided into 2 distinctive multilingual regions: the Dutch-speaking Flanders living in the north and the French-speaking Wallonia to the south.

Its bilingual, chic city of Brussels is surrounded with ornate and classy guildhalls at Grand-Place and an eclectic art-noveau inspired European Quarter.

Ancient Belgium is once the seat of the Roman province of Gallia Belgica with a plethora of fascinating history. It is here where the Great Napoleon met his match at the battle of Waterloo.

Belgium is a small country but is loaded with beautiful scenic spots. Burges is the main tourist attraction with its perfectly-preserved medieval streets rimming with tranquil canals that lure adventurous travelers from across the globe.

You can also find there the majestic and mystic Cathedral of Saint Bavo in Ghent known for its Gothic choir and Romanesque crypt displaying the best of religious architecture in Belgium.

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