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Morning colors 5
Morning colors 5
  • Author: titidylan Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-01-18 09:58:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°46'43"N - 4°52'29"O
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Sunset in Hoegaarden
Sunset in Hoegaarden
  • Author: deepskywim Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-03 21:52:52
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°46'39"N - 4°51'23"O
  • Sunset in Hoegaarden
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Sunset in Hoegaarden
Sunset in Hoegaarden
  • Author: deepskywim Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-03 21:17:07
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°46'29"N - 4°50'34"O
  • Sunset in Hoegaarden
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Sunset in Hoegaarden
Sunset in Hoegaarden
  • Author: deepskywim Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-03 21:16:41
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°46'29"N - 4°50'34"O
  • Sunset in Hoegaarden
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ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
  • Author: roelipilami (Roel Renmans) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-02-27 21:06:41
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°47'18"N - 4°50'17"O
  • Lybrecht's effigy must have been made some years after his death in December 1484. Maybe his wife, Katelijne Pinnock, who died in 1512, while executing his testament, ordered the erection of his church monument. Lybrecht wears an armour of the early 16th century with a remarkable large haute piece on the left pauldron, maybe an indication that it's a tournament armour. He wears a fashionable long mail skirt under another shorter mail skirt, although there's no indication of the suggestion of mail. Proof of the skirts being of mail is his mail standard which doesn't show that indication either. Both couters are laced with points, and both tassets are worn higher up on the short fauld, just like in the English fashion of the day. Bear-paw sabatons cover his feet. A close-helmet lies next to his right foot, gauntlets beside his left foot. Note how Lybrecht's feet rest on a church bench and not on an animal. That's pretty unique in its kind, the same goes for his eyes which are depicted closed, as if he were dead instead of eternally alive. Under the bench we see the arms of Proest de Melin (under the helmet) and of Kerbeecke. In the left corner of the slab we see the arms of Opwinde (with the lion) and on the right those of Meldert. These are the arms of his grandparents. Lybrecht, who lived in nearby Leuven, was a member of the Council of Brabant (1456-1463) and several times mayor of Leuven. The inscription says: "+ hier leght begraeve joncker lybrecht van meldert in synder tit heere tot meldert tot buedinghen tot vroedelinghen en erfvoecht van raetshoeven ende wylen raetsheere hertoeghen ph(ilip)s va(n) bourgo(ignen ende) brabant hy sterf int jaer ons heeren M IIIIc L XXX IIII XXII daeghe in decembry bidt voer die siele."
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ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
  • Author: roelipilami (Roel Renmans) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-02-27 21:17:52
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°47'18"N - 4°50'17"O
  • Lybrecht's effigy must have been made some years after his death in December 1484. Maybe his wife, Katelijne Pinnock, who died in 1512, while executing his testament, ordered the erection of his church monument. Lybrecht wears an armour of the early 16th century with a remarkable large haute piece on the left pauldron, maybe an indication that it's a tournament armour. He wears a fashionable long mail skirt under another shorter mail skirt, although there's no indication of the suggestion of mail. Proof of the skirts being of mail is his mail standard which doesn't show that indication either. Both couters are laced with points, and both tassets are worn higher up on the short fauld, just like in the English fashion of the day. Bear-paw sabatons cover his feet. A close-helmet lies next to his right foot, gauntlets beside his left foot. Note how Lybrecht's feet rest on a church bench and not on an animal. That's pretty unique in its kind, the same goes for his eyes which are depicted closed, as if he were dead instead of eternally alive. Under the bench we see the arms of Proest de Melin (under the helmet) and of Kerbeecke. In the left corner of the slab we see the arms of Opwinde (with the lion) and on the right those of Meldert. These are the arms of his grandparents. Lybrecht, who lived in nearby Leuven, was a member of the Council of Brabant (1456-1463) and several times mayor of Leuven. The inscription says: "+ hier leght begraeve joncker lybrecht van meldert in synder tit heere tot meldert tot buedinghen tot vroedelinghen en erfvoecht van raetshoeven ende wylen raetsheere hertoeghen ph(ilip)s va(n) bourgo(ignen ende) brabant hy sterf int jaer ons heeren M IIIIc L XXX IIII XXII daeghe in decembry bidt voer die siele."
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ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
  • Author: roelipilami (Roel Renmans) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-02-27 21:14:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°47'18"N - 4°50'17"O
  • Lybrecht's effigy must have been made some years after his death in December 1484. Maybe his wife, Katelijne Pinnock, who died in 1512, while executing his testament, ordered the erection of his church monument. Lybrecht wears an armour of the early 16th century with a remarkable large haute piece on the left pauldron, maybe an indication that it's a tournament armour. He wears a fashionable long mail skirt under another shorter mail skirt, although there's no indication of the suggestion of mail. Proof of the skirts being of mail is his mail standard which doesn't show that indication either. Both couters are laced with points, and both tassets are worn higher up on the short fauld, just like in the English fashion of the day. Bear-paw sabatons cover his feet. A close-helmet lies next to his right foot, gauntlets beside his left foot. Note how Lybrecht's feet rest on a church bench and not on an animal. That's pretty unique in its kind, the same goes for his eyes which are depicted closed, as if he were dead instead of eternally alive. Under the bench we see the arms of Proest de Melin (under the helmet) and of Kerbeecke. In the left corner of the slab we see the arms of Opwinde (with the lion) and on the right those of Meldert. These are the arms of his grandparents. Lybrecht, who lived in nearby Leuven, was a member of the Council of Brabant (1456-1463) and several times mayor of Leuven. The inscription says: "+ hier leght begraeve joncker lybrecht van meldert in synder tit heere tot meldert tot buedinghen tot vroedelinghen en erfvoecht van raetshoeven ende wylen raetsheere hertoeghen ph(ilip)s va(n) bourgo(ignen ende) brabant hy sterf int jaer ons heeren M IIIIc L XXX IIII XXII daeghe in decembry bidt voer die siele."
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ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
  • Author: roelipilami (Roel Renmans) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-02-27 21:15:13
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°47'18"N - 4°50'17"O
  • Lybrecht's effigy must have been made some years after his death in December 1484. Maybe his wife, Katelijne Pinnock, who died in 1512, while executing his testament, ordered the erection of his church monument. Lybrecht wears an armour of the early 16th century with a remarkable large haute piece on the left pauldron, maybe an indication that it's a tournament armour. He wears a fashionable long mail skirt under another shorter mail skirt, although there's no indication of the suggestion of mail. Proof of the skirts being of mail is his mail standard which doesn't show that indication either. Both couters are laced with points, and both tassets are worn higher up on the short fauld, just like in the English fashion of the day. Bear-paw sabatons cover his feet. A close-helmet lies next to his right foot, gauntlets beside his left foot. Note how Lybrecht's feet rest on a church bench and not on an animal. That's pretty unique in its kind, the same goes for his eyes which are depicted closed, as if he were dead instead of eternally alive. Under the bench we see the arms of Proest de Melin (under the helmet) and of Kerbeecke. In the left corner of the slab we see the arms of Opwinde (with the lion) and on the right those of Meldert. These are the arms of his grandparents. Lybrecht, who lived in nearby Leuven, was a member of the Council of Brabant (1456-1463) and several times mayor of Leuven. The inscription says: "+ hier leght begraeve joncker lybrecht van meldert in synder tit heere tot meldert tot buedinghen tot vroedelinghen en erfvoecht van raetshoeven ende wylen raetsheere hertoeghen ph(ilip)s va(n) bourgo(ignen ende) brabant hy sterf int jaer ons heeren M IIIIc L XXX IIII XXII daeghe in decembry bidt voer die siele."
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ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
  • Author: roelipilami (Roel Renmans) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-02-27 21:15:27
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°47'18"N - 4°50'17"O
  • Lybrecht's effigy must have been made some years after his death in December 1484. Maybe his wife, Katelijne Pinnock, who died in 1512, while executing his testament, ordered the erection of his church monument. Lybrecht wears an armour of the early 16th century with a remarkable large haute piece on the left pauldron, maybe an indication that it's a tournament armour. He wears a fashionable long mail skirt under another shorter mail skirt, although there's no indication of the suggestion of mail. Proof of the skirts being of mail is his mail standard which doesn't show that indication either. Both couters are laced with points, and both tassets are worn higher up on the short fauld, just like in the English fashion of the day. Bear-paw sabatons cover his feet. A close-helmet lies next to his right foot, gauntlets beside his left foot. Note how Lybrecht's feet rest on a church bench and not on an animal. That's pretty unique in its kind, the same goes for his eyes which are depicted closed, as if he were dead instead of eternally alive. Under the bench we see the arms of Proest de Melin (under the helmet) and of Kerbeecke. In the left corner of the slab we see the arms of Opwinde (with the lion) and on the right those of Meldert. These are the arms of his grandparents. Lybrecht, who lived in nearby Leuven, was a member of the Council of Brabant (1456-1463) and several times mayor of Leuven. The inscription says: "+ hier leght begraeve joncker lybrecht van meldert in synder tit heere tot meldert tot buedinghen tot vroedelinghen en erfvoecht van raetshoeven ende wylen raetsheere hertoeghen ph(ilip)s va(n) bourgo(ignen ende) brabant hy sterf int jaer ons heeren M IIIIc L XXX IIII XXII daeghe in decembry bidt voer die siele."
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ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
  • Author: roelipilami (Roel Renmans) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-02-27 21:16:53
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°47'18"N - 4°50'17"O
  • Lybrecht's effigy must have been made some years after his death in December 1484. Maybe his wife, Katelijne Pinnock, who died in 1512, while executing his testament, ordered the erection of his church monument. Lybrecht wears an armour of the early 16th century with a remarkable large haute piece on the left pauldron, maybe an indication that it's a tournament armour. He wears a fashionable long mail skirt under another shorter mail skirt, although there's no indication of the suggestion of mail. Proof of the skirts being of mail is his mail standard which doesn't show that indication either. Both couters are laced with points, and both tassets are worn higher up on the short fauld, just like in the English fashion of the day. Bear-paw sabatons cover his feet. A close-helmet lies next to his right foot, gauntlets beside his left foot. Note how Lybrecht's feet rest on a church bench and not on an animal. That's pretty unique in its kind, the same goes for his eyes which are depicted closed, as if he were dead instead of eternally alive. Under the bench we see the arms of Proest de Melin (under the helmet) and of Kerbeecke. In the left corner of the slab we see the arms of Opwinde (with the lion) and on the right those of Meldert. These are the arms of his grandparents. Lybrecht, who lived in nearby Leuven, was a member of the Council of Brabant (1456-1463) and several times mayor of Leuven. The inscription says: "+ hier leght begraeve joncker lybrecht van meldert in synder tit heere tot meldert tot buedinghen tot vroedelinghen en erfvoecht van raetshoeven ende wylen raetsheere hertoeghen ph(ilip)s va(n) bourgo(ignen ende) brabant hy sterf int jaer ons heeren M IIIIc L XXX IIII XXII daeghe in decembry bidt voer die siele."
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ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
  • Author: roelipilami (Roel Renmans) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-02-27 21:19:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°47'18"N - 4°50'17"O
  • Lybrecht's effigy must have been made some years after his death in December 1484. Maybe his wife, Katelijne Pinnock, who died in 1512, while executing his testament, ordered the erection of his church monument. Lybrecht wears an armour of the early 16th century with a remarkable large haute piece on the left pauldron, maybe an indication that it's a tournament armour. He wears a fashionable long mail skirt under another shorter mail skirt, although there's no indication of the suggestion of mail. Proof of the skirts being of mail is his mail standard which doesn't show that indication either. Both couters are laced with points, and both tassets are worn higher up on the short fauld, just like in the English fashion of the day. Bear-paw sabatons cover his feet. A close-helmet lies next to his right foot, gauntlets beside his left foot. Note how Lybrecht's feet rest on a church bench and not on an animal. That's pretty unique in its kind, the same goes for his eyes which are depicted closed, as if he were dead instead of eternally alive. Under the bench we see the arms of Proest de Melin (under the helmet) and of Kerbeecke. In the left corner of the slab we see the arms of Opwinde (with the lion) and on the right those of Meldert. These are the arms of his grandparents. Lybrecht, who lived in nearby Leuven, was a member of the Council of Brabant (1456-1463) and several times mayor of Leuven. The inscription says: "+ hier leght begraeve joncker lybrecht van meldert in synder tit heere tot meldert tot buedinghen tot vroedelinghen en erfvoecht van raetshoeven ende wylen raetsheere hertoeghen ph(ilip)s va(n) bourgo(ignen ende) brabant hy sterf int jaer ons heeren M IIIIc L XXX IIII XXII daeghe in decembry bidt voer die siele."
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ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
ca. 1500-1515 - 'jonkheer Lybrecht van Meldert, Lord of Meldert, Budingen, Vrolingen and Bombroek (+1484)', Sint-Ermelindiskerk, Meldert, Hoegaarden, province of Flemish Brabant, Belgium
  • Author: roelipilami (Roel Renmans) Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-02-27 21:15:58
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°47'18"N - 4°50'17"O
  • Lybrecht's effigy must have been made some years after his death in December 1484. Maybe his wife, Katelijne Pinnock, who died in 1512, while executing his testament, ordered the erection of his church monument. Lybrecht wears an armour of the early 16th century with a remarkable large haute piece on the left pauldron, maybe an indication that it's a tournament armour. He wears a fashionable long mail skirt under another shorter mail skirt, although there's no indication of the suggestion of mail. Proof of the skirts being of mail is his mail standard which doesn't show that indication either. Both couters are laced with points, and both tassets are worn higher up on the short fauld, just like in the English fashion of the day. Bear-paw sabatons cover his feet. A close-helmet lies next to his right foot, gauntlets beside his left foot. Note how Lybrecht's feet rest on a church bench and not on an animal. That's pretty unique in its kind, the same goes for his eyes which are depicted closed, as if he were dead instead of eternally alive. Under the bench we see the arms of Proest de Melin (under the helmet) and of Kerbeecke. In the left corner of the slab we see the arms of Opwinde (with the lion) and on the right those of Meldert. These are the arms of his grandparents. Lybrecht, who lived in nearby Leuven, was a member of the Council of Brabant (1456-1463) and several times mayor of Leuven. The inscription says: "+ hier leght begraeve joncker lybrecht van meldert in synder tit heere tot meldert tot buedinghen tot vroedelinghen en erfvoecht van raetshoeven ende wylen raetsheere hertoeghen ph(ilip)s va(n) bourgo(ignen ende) brabant hy sterf int jaer ons heeren M IIIIc L XXX IIII XXII daeghe in decembry bidt voer die siele."
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Carolushoeve
Carolushoeve
  • Author: palombian Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-02-03 14:15:12
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°47'49"N - 4°50'18"O
  • Meldert, Belgium
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ES-523131 to BE
ES-523131 to BE
  • Author: relesplop Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-07-09 13:41:17
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°47'5"N - 4°52'1"O
  • From: relesplop Spain sent on 9 Jul, 2018 To: Destiny62 Belgium received on 12 Jul, 2018 travel time 3 days distance travelled 1,346 km
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Le Couvent
Le Couvent
  • Author: palombian Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-04-17 09:55:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°46'17"N - 4°49'56"O
  • L'Ecluse, Beauvechain Belgium
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