Situated in the westernmost part of Flanders near the sea; a town of flourishing cloth trade. From the 14th century it was a favourite residence of the burgundian dukes.
|Donaaskerk (Donatianuskerk), chapter church, cathedral from 1560 onwards; demolished 1801|
|Onze-Lieve-Vrouwkerk, chapter church|
|St Salvatorkerk, at first parish church, chapter church from 1501 onwards, at present cathedral|
Some liturgical fragments from Brugge have been preserved.
|Sijsele, Spermalie Cistercian nuns|
R. Strohm: Music in late medieval Bruges.