Agenda: to see and to do and sight in Ostend

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Sail along with De Elbe during Ostend at Anchor

When:
Sat 25 May 2019

The Elbe was commissioned on 24 February 1959 as a sea tugboat for L. Smit & Co.'s International Towage Service in Rotterdam. The ship has sailed all over the world towing oil rigs, dry docks and ships in need. The Elbe was restored to its original state by volunteers. A cruise with The Elbe includes a drink at our bar. Hot and cold drinks are available as well as soup and sandwiches. Welcome aboard!

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Sail along with De Elbe during Ostend at Anchor

When:
Sat 25 May 2019

The Elbe was commissioned on 24 February 1959 as a sea tugboat for L. Smit & Co.'s International Towage Service in Rotterdam. The ship has sailed all over the world towing oil rigs, dry docks and ships in need. The Elbe was restored to its original state by volunteers. A cruise with The Elbe includes a drink at our bar. Hot and cold drinks are available as well as soup and sandwiches. Welcome aboard!

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Sail along with De Elbe during Ostend at Anchor

When:
Sat 25 May 2019

The Elbe was commissioned on 24 February 1959 as a sea tugboat for L. Smit & Co.'s International Towage Service in Rotterdam. The ship has sailed all over the world towing oil rigs, dry docks and ships in need. The Elbe was restored to its original state by volunteers. A cruise with The Elbe includes a drink at our bar. Hot and cold drinks are available as well as soup and sandwiches. Welcome aboard!

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Sail along with De Elbe during Ostend at Anchor

When:
Sun 26 May 2019

The Elbe was commissioned on 24 February 1959 as a sea tugboat for L. Smit & Co.'s International Towage Service in Rotterdam. The ship has sailed all over the world towing oil rigs, dry docks and ships in need. The Elbe was restored to its original state by volunteers. A cruise with The Elbe includes a drink at our bar. Hot and cold drinks are available as well as soup and sandwiches. Welcome aboard!

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Sail along with De Elbe during Ostend at Anchor

When:
Sun 26 May 2019

The Elbe was commissioned on 24 February 1959 as a sea tugboat for L. Smit & Co.'s International Towage Service in Rotterdam. The ship has sailed all over the world towing oil rigs, dry docks and ships in need. The Elbe was restored to its original state by volunteers. A cruise with The Elbe includes a drink at our bar. Hot and cold drinks are available as well as soup and sandwiches. Welcome aboard!

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European Bunker Day 2019

Where:
Raversyde
When:
Sun 9 Jun 2019

Bunkers are unique witnesses of history. They tell us more about the war, the coastal defense and the daily life of the German soldier. As part of the Creative Europe Project "Atlantic Wall Europe", European Bunker Day intends to open as many bunkers as possible in all countries with remnants of the Atlantic Wall. Belgium participates in Bunker Day since 2017. Every year, more and more visitors are fascinated by concrete structures from the Second World War. European Bunker Day offers a unique opportunity to visit bunkers that are normally closed to the public. By participating in this initiative, Raversyde Atlanticwall wants to highlight some specific and sometimes forgotten locations.

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Museum Nocturnes 2019 - North Sea Aquarium

When:
Sat 20 Jul 2019

Every Saturday evening of July and August one of the Ostend museums or attractions can be visited for free. On Saturday 20 July from 6 pm, the Northsea Aquarium is open free of charge.

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Dikke Mathille

The Leopold II-laan curves gracefully around the most famous sculpture of a woman in Oostende: De Zee (The Sea). Although Reclining Nude is another name for this lady the locals always refer to her as ‘Dikke Mathille’ (Fat Mathille). Grard emphasised the volume of the full, round forms. In De Zee he portrayed the opulence and sensuality of the sea in a female figure. Until 1963 the work of art adorned the Kursaal Casino.

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Railway station Oostende

Eclectic station complex consisting of a central entrance hall flanked by two square "Tower buildings". On the left side adjacent to the station the former "Hotel Terminus Maritime".

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Sint-Petrus- en Sint-Paulus Church

The church St.-Petrus- and Paulus is a neogotic church built in 1907 which consists of beautiful stained-glass windows. The tomb of Louise-Marie, the queen of Belgium who deceased in Oostende, is situated in the chapel of the main altar (only to be visited upon request). The St.-Pieter's Tower, also called 'Peperbusse' in local dialect, is situated behind the church St. Petrus- and Paulus. Once it was part of the ancient St. Pieterskerk that burned down last century.

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