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Petra
Petra
August 31, 2017
Also know as " 't Graffitisteegske" / "Graffiti Alley". In 1995, after a Graffiti Event took place here, during the Ghent Festival, the city of Ghent declared the street as a zone in which graffiti artists would no longer have to run for the police. It became the first legal graffiti wall in town…
Tibbe
Tibbe
October 2, 2016
Keep your camera handy! The appearance of the Werregarenstraat changes constantly. That comes as no surprise, given that street artists are free to decorate it as they please. Definitely worth a detour!
Thijs
Thijs
November 18, 2015
Graffiti streat - must see
Gaëlle And Dries
Gaëlle And Dries
July 10, 2013
You have to see this! Art in the center.
Katrien
Katrien
November 3, 2015
Graffiti alley & medieval garden

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Food
“Bio foodshop with a wide range of Gluten Free products near by Sint-Pieters Station.”
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Bakkerij
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Establishment
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Restaurant
“Small pizzeria by a real Italian chef. Very easy and close by if you don't feel like going to the city.”
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Frans restaurant
“GF! Very nice slow food brasserie in front of Sint-Pieters Sation serving in a beautiful location designed by Maarten Van Serveren (famous belgium designer) also showing pictures by Carl De Keyzer (well known belgium documentary photographer) with big terras. They serve brunch on Sundays and it's also very recommended for their gluten free dishes.”
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Locatie
Gent, Vlaanderen 9000