I rolled back a change from "Flemish" to "Dutch" on this page. I think that Flemish is a very similar but different from Dutch. --(WT-en) Evan 11:44, 21 December 2006 (EST)
- Now done. Please revise if/as necessary. ~ 220.127.116.11 09:51, 28 November 2007 (EST)
This entire article is ridiculous and not worthy of Wikipedia. It's not an article, it's a brochure. Who wrote this, their Department of Tourism? Someone please report this entire "article."
This isn't Wikipedia, it is Wikivoyage. That means that a brochure style document is well suited to a traveler looking for practical information about a place. (WT-en) Darkwraith 19:24, 18 June 2008 (EDT)
Totally agree with the comment about this article being a tourist brochure. I start to wonder the worth of articles like this with silly superlatives and comments such as, French food is better than Belgium food. The writer obviously hasn't spent much time in France recently, a country notorious for overated restaurants.
The price to see Madonna of Bruges is not free
I was there yesterday and to see it you have to enter a sort of museum, but the price for entering the church is still free. I found the prices on this website, https://whichmuseum.com/belgium/bruges/church-of-our-lady-bruges/tickets-prices. I have put a mention in the description. Should the price for the church change or is a mention in the description is enough? —The preceding comment was added by PhysicsUofRAUI (talk • contribs)
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