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Tour BrugesBruges Insight Compact Guide (Insight Compact Guides S.) Tour Bruges. This 120-page, small pocket-sized book provides a concise overview of the city and its region's key sights, with 11 tours and excursions taking in sights ranging from the magnificent Hall of the Brugse Vrije to the idyllic Lake of Love; as well as a chapter detailing Bruge's history and culture; and a comprehensive information section packed with hotel and restaurant listings, essential contact addresses and numbers. Plus dozens of top-notch, full-colour photographs and maps.

Walk BrugesBruges (Landmark Visitors Guides) Tour Bruges. Christopher Turner takes the visitor by the hand on walking tours of Bruges that explore not only the famous sights, but tranquil, off-the-beaten-track canals and streets where few tourists are to be seen. The guide includes detailed street plans of Bruges and photos.

BrugesBruges (Rough Guide Directions S.) Tour Bruges. Compact and pocketable, Bruges Directions is full of ideas for a holiday to one of Europe's popular city break destinations. Richly illustrated throughout, the full-colour introduction features 19 themed spreads showcasing Flemish food and Belgian beer, Canalside Bruges and Musical Bruges. The main section of the guide gives a district-by-district account of the sights, restaurants, hotels, transport, shops and nightlife all supported by specially commissioned photographs. There are detailed maps of each district, on which every listing and review is pinpointed.

Bruges HistoryBruges, Cradle of Capitalism, 1280-1390 Teeming with merchants from all over Europe, medieval Bruges provides an early model of a great capitalist city. Bruges established a sophisticated money market and an elaborate network of agents and brokers. Moreover, it promoted co-operation between merchants of various nations. In this book James Murray explores how Bruges became the commercial capital of Northern Europe in the late fourteenth century. He argues that a combination of fortuitous changes such as the shift to sea-borne commerce and the extraordinary efforts of the city's population served to shape a great commercial centre. Areas explored include the political history of Bruges, its position as a node and network, the wool, cloth and gold trade and the role of women in the market. This book serves not only as a case-study in medieval economic history, but also as a social and cultural history of medieval Bruges.

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