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BORGITTER

Borgitter was the first time mentioned around 1450. It was property until the end of the 18th century of the noble family de Waes. After the French revolution it was owned by Borgitter was the first time mentioned around 1450. It was property until the end of the 18th century of the noble family de Waes. After the French revolution it was owned by the Michiels family. It is currently still private property
the square tower (1610) is the only thing that remains of the old water castle. The old stronghold was in the 18 century replaced by this classical chateau. The castle cannot be visited but can be viewed from the public road between the many trees.
You probably will have a better view of the castle during the winter. So a big thanks goes to Albert Speelman who provided us the picture of the castle which you can see on the right.

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