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The Lievekaai is a romantic place in Ghent, thanks to the many weeping willows here the water and shadows on the square.
Photo taken from Augustine on the quay, in the background you see a piece of the Counts.
Where are the weeping willows are used to the turning basin - many ships through the Lieve van Damme came to the city were too big to enter (or were not in because they were captains of unfree). They had to solve their goods here, turn around and return.
The turning basin was filled in around 1830, because the silting of the Zwin (Dear and themselves) with the trade Damme was insignificant. On the square (now the Children's Square) got the carters and moving space for their horses carts and trolleys to park.

The neighborhood around the Lievekaai is worth definitely worth a visit: the Prinsenhof Gewad poles and going, the St. Anthony Quay is very picturesque (with the Bridge of the Imperial Pleasures, with pictures of Walter De Buck

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