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You searched for: period 13-02-2021 to 21-02-2021
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Maria Hendrikapark

The Maria Hendrikapark is an area of about 45 ha situated south of the city centre. The park has a variety of different ponds, open grass areas, two playgrounds and the Koninginnehof with cafetaria and restaurant, rowing boats, pedal boats, a traffic park, baby-carts and a miniature golf course. It is also a paradise for joggers. The park is also called 'Het Bosje'.

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Leopold Park

Leopold Park was laid out in 1860 on the old town fortifications. The beautiful bandstand was inaugurated in 1885. The world-famous floral clock was placed there in 1963, where it still stands now.

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Speedboat FAST@SEA

Captain Blue gives you an adrenaline boost full of pure speed and fun. Experience the North Sea from a completely different perspective on boardof our speedboat. We'll take you along the coast or to the windmill parks at sea at top speeds of up to 90km/hour. Safety comes first: we provide life jackets as well as a short and clear safety briefing before departure. ...

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Museum Amandine

April 3rd 1995. On this day the Amandine entered Oostende harbour for the last time. On this day it dropped anchor for the very last time. The crew disembarked, swallowed hard and went home without looking back. The last page in Oostende's book on Iceland Fishing had been turned. Now, 13 years later, the Amandine has started her second career, a career as an interactive museum. It has taken two years of hard and concentrated work in the old shipyard 'Seghers' to restore the...

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Natuurpark Raversyde

The Nature Park is part of the Raversyde provincial domain. It accounts for no less than 50 hectares of unique nature experience on the coast. The domain lies partly in a protected dune area and is perfect for a walk. You will discover a varied landscape of water, reed beds, meadows, hay fields, plantations and woods. There is something new to discover every season: spring flowers, hay meadows in summer, migrants in autumn and hibernators fill the annual calendar.

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