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"Built in the 13th century, Ypres’ Cloth Hall was a remarkable testament to the richness of the textile trade in the Lowlands during the late medieval period.
All but destroyed during the War through artillery damage, it was painstakingly rebuilt between 1933 and 1967."
That’s quite a magnificent photo. Just look at the difference in scale from the colossal structures to the lone soldier himself. He stands out as well as he’s a small cog from a massive machine himself, standing there out of place.
I went to Ypres and you wouldn’t have believed that it had been destroyed!
Remarkable craftsmanship and remade by a lot of the soldiers from the war!
This why they had to make a stand against the brutal emus