Gloomy vaults where prisoners of war and pirates were held in the 18th and 19th centuries. The vaults provided an insight into the life of the prisoners with recreated hammocks, fireplace and the graffiti left over by the prisoners on the wooden doors. Al
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One more picture from Dinant Cave which shows the abundance of white stalactites and stalagmites presence. Check out blog link in profile to read more on our visit to Dinant #belgium #dinant #saxophone #saxbridge #beautifulbridges #stunningbridges #histor
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View of the Dinant City and River Meuse from the citadel. Check out blog link in profile to read more on our visit to Dinant #belgium #dinant #saxophone #saxbridge #beautifulbridges #stunningbridges #historybuff #awesomeplace #interestingfacts #goodtoknow
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The land of Dinant curled up in a steep valley between the high rocky cliffs and the fast flowing river and hence the city grew along the river. Strolling along the river taking in the wonderful views of the city and river is the best and relaxing way to
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