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De man die vuur geeft (The man who gives a light)
Free Art and architecture Contemporary Outdoor

The pilot flame of poetry is burning in the House ‘Gezelle’'s intimate garden. In the form of a statue, that is. The bronze creation by the hand of Jan Fabre is literally blinking in her golden patina. The stocky figure, with bare feet, is taking shelter against the rising wind beneath its stuffed collar. Its lighter, with a lit flame, is held at the ready. On a separate marble base beside it, a pair of shoes with undone laces is on display. 

Opening hours

Price table

Free

Facilities

Other facilities

Baby carriage storage
Pets allowed
Baby carriages allowed
Toilet (free of charge)
Garden open to guests or visitors
Picnic allowed

Getting there

Rolweg 64, 8000 Brugge

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Nearest bus stop:
502124 Brugge Kruispoort

Nearest station:
Station Brugge

Nearest parking:
Langestraat car park

De man die vuur geeft (The man who gives a light)

Rolweg 64, 8000 Brugge

Often combined with

Feest in 't Park

Feest in 't Park

Free
Child-friendly
Contemporary
Music
Dance
Festival
Eat and drink
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