The Other Antwerp – The River (2)

Our next stop was Fort Liefkenshoek.

Right opposite to Lillo-Fort, on the other side of the river Scheldt, you have Fort Liefkenshoek, which was built at the end of the 16th century. It played a significant role in many wars and conflicts and is nowadays a protected monument. And there is a museum as well, which is devoted to the history of the area. And, last but not least, a cafe-restaurant.

At this place our ways split. Leen and Veerle visited the museum, whereas Lars and I preferred to stay outside. We went to the embankment and after a steep climb, we were treated to these views.

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