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Bruegelwandeling

7.6 km • Dilbeek

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Herdebeekstraat 176, 1701 Itterbeek (Dilbeek)

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During the Bruegel walk, you'll combine both nature and culture. The hike starts off at the square where the little church of St. Anne-Pede stands, world-famous thanks to the 'Parable of the Blind'. Furthermore, on the path in the Pede Valley, you will discover eleven reproductions of Pieter Bruegel the Elder.

This walk is offered by Tourism Flemish Brabant.

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 by C.D.The route frequently passes through built-up areas with passage at a train viaduct. Near the Kroonweg, the direction is unclear. Along the way, the images of Bruegel paintings and the churches of Sint-Anna-Pede and Itterbeek make up for much. (posted by Chris).
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Saturday, April 17, 2021 by M.V.Nice route. Also cool to come across some paintings. Some bits are good climbing, but definitely doable. Well 1 picture missing after a small way up. There it is to the right considering it also corresponds to another hiking trail there.
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Thursday, December 31, 2020 by Dominique DelplancheMy regular walk that I have been doing dozens of times a year. The changes in nature are fascinating. Good signage. Varied walk where Breughel is very close. Learning to see the pajottenland through Breughel's eyes provides surprising views.
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