Posters and Puzzles

By the Rozenhoedkaai


The Quay of the Rosary (Rozenhoedkaai) is one of the most beautiful sights of this Belgian city with its canals and classic buildings. Here, the Groenerei and Dijver canals meet, creating a romantic, charming scene. It’s believed that the Rozenhoedkaai was a mooring place for ships back in the late Middle Ages and that salt traders would come here to unload and load their merchandise. This used to be the salt port. In the Middle Ages salt was as expensive as gold: it served to preserve food and to season dishes.

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