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English: Postcard of Bruges, Belgium showing the Cranenburg House (Excelsior Series 11, No. 51, Albert Sugg a Gand; ca. 1905). "Cranenburg, from the windows of which, in olden times, the Counts of Flanders, with the lords and ladies of their Court, used to watch the tournaments and pageants for which Bruges was celebrated, and in which Maximilian was imprisoned by the burghers in 1488" Bruges and West Flanders, George W. T. Omond, Illustrated by Amédée Forestier, Project Gutenberg Edition.
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