BERLARE (Dutch pronunciation: ) is a municipality located in the
Belgian province of
East Flanders . The municipality comprises the
* 1 History * 2 Places of interest * 3 Famous inhabitants * 4 References * 5 External links
It was where the 1798 rebellion against French rule, known as the "Peasants\' War " began in 1798.
PLACES OF INTEREST
* The church of Saint Martin and a 17th-century pillory in the center of Berlare proper. The Castle of Berlare , also in the town center, was opened to the public in 2012. * The Bareldonk Chapel , built in the 14th century and expanded in 1774 in Rococo style, is situated in Donk. There is a Way of the Cross and calvary with sculptures by Aloïs De Beule next to the chapel. * The Donkmeer is a lake, about 86 ha in size, that came into existence through the harvesting of peat . * Recreation area Nieuwdonk . * Forested areas with trails include Berlare Broek and the Gratiebossen . * Riekend Rustpunt is a very small museum about the historic river transport of manure from the city to the countryside.
Saint Martin's in Berlare *
The Bareldonk Chapel in the village Donk *
The Castle of Berlare *
The Donkmeer is a regional tourist attraction