Ghent: Belgium's best kept secret
Once medieval Europe's second largest city, over the past century this unsung treasure of a town has developed a strong artistic bent, and is now one of the best places in Europe for culture - there are many fantastic museums and galleries here, and more listed buildings than any other Belgian city.
Postcard Greetings From Ghent, Belgium
Ghent's architecture is elegant and imposing, particularly along the scenic old Graslei harbour, and grand medieval cathedrals and the Gravensteen castle congregate nicely around the central public squares - the largest car-free area in Belgium.
It seems absurd to admit that in the whirl of daily life I missed so many small particularities of the place I call home...
Stolen Moments In Black & White
Street Art in Ghent
the City Through the Eyes of its Artists
Ghent’s street art legacy developed from the bottom-up, rooted in the passion of local artists and their connections to international artists whom they invited to paint.