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Where to go in Gent, where to go in Belgium and visit the best places in Gent

Where to go in Gent, Belgium and visit the best places in Gent. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

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Tip 1: The adoration of the Mystic Lamb: a representation of medieval religious thinking and one of the earliest-known oil paintings. Completed in 1432 by Jan Van Eyck and has 20 panels.
Tip 2: Museum of Contemporary Art: also known as SMAK with a permanent collection of local works including Karel Appel, Pierre Alechinsky and Panamarenko. It also has works from international artists like Christo, Wharhol and Hockney.
Tip 3: Design Museum: furnishings from the Renaissance to the 19th century and 20th-century art - everything from a Victor Horta-designed Art Nouveau wall cabinet to '70s psychedelic sofas.
Tip 4: Museum of Fine Arts: with a good collection of Flemish Primitives and work from Hieronymus Bosch Bearing of the Cross, depicting Christ surrounded by hideous mocking characters.
Tip 5: Belfry: this 14th century World Heritage listed belfry rises from the old cloth hall. With great views of the city.
Tip 6: Dr Guislain Museum: this former psychiatric hospital, northwest of the city centre, showcases some chilling forms of treatment, and also features a collection of art by outsiders.
Tip 7: Tierenteyn-Verlent: this heritage-listed shop still makes mustard using original techniques and only natural ingredients. It retains its original interior of tall glass cabinets of apothecary and spice jars behind varnished timber counters.
Tip 9: Eva Bos: Fashion designer and teacher at Ghent's fashion academy, Eva Bos, sells fashion from the '50s and '60s at her vintage boutique, as well as new designs including some by Eva's most talented students.
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