Belgium: Walking Around Antwerp

Koningin Astridplein (Queen Astrid Square), with the central station in the background.

Authentic-looking locksmith, Schipperskwartier (Skippers Quarters).

Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekathedraal (Cathedral of Our Lady).

Cacti at the Plantentuin, Antwerp’s botanical garden.

Ferris wheel at Steenplein (Stone Square), along the banks of the Scheldt river.

Suikerrui, looking into the Kaasstraat (Cheese Street).

Streetview of Lange Nieuwstraat (Long New Street) and a typical Marian statue.

Wharfs along the Scheldt river.

One day, back in December, my friend Esther and I went on a little trip to Antwerp to go explore the city. Today I will be posting part two, as I posted part one a little while ago, where you can read a little more about my visit. It was a wonderfully jolly day spent eating Belgian waffles and running around in playgrounds!

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