Located on the outskirts of Bruges, this neo-Gothic castle owes its storybook design to British architect Edward Welby Pugin, whose father built London’s Houses of Parliament. Inside, the art collection and pristine furnishings of the wealthy Van Caloen family remain just as they were in the 1800s. Outside is a large and handsome park, with ponds, caves and a bewildering maze of tall hedges.
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