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Teniers walk

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11.7 km • Steenokkerzeel

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Sint-Niklaaskerk, 1820 Perk (Steenokkerzeel)

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Stroll past the magnificent castle on the Perk estate plucked straight out of a fairy tale. Pass the walled farmhouse "het Laathof" with buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries and discover the former residence of David Teniers. Perk is the small village of this great painter. David Teniers the Second spent 30 years of his life there in the castle De Dry Toren and died in 1690. Teniers was primarily the painter of peasant life and Flemish fairs.

This walk is offered by Tourism Flemish Brabant.

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Sunday, September 27, 2020 by Guy Van dammePark your car at the church of Perk and from there you can connect to the hike. The part from Perk to Elewijt is just really beautiful and deserves a 9/10, but the part from Elewijt to Perk got a 5/10 from us giving this hike a 7/10 or 3,5/5. Good advice : do this hike in reverse.
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