Damme

Damme is a municipality located in the province of , six kilometres northeast of Brugge. The municipality comprises the city of Damme proper and the villages of , , , Oostkerke, Sijsele, Vivenkapelle, and Sint-Rita.

Landmarks in the Area

Building
Oostkerke Castle is a castle in , . The castle can be found south of the village Oostekerke, and was constructed in the 14th century. is situated 3 km north of Damme. Photo: LimoWreck, CC BY 2.5.

College
The Grootseminarie is the seminary for priest candidates of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bruges. is situated 5 km southwest of Damme. Photo: Zeisterre, CC BY-SA 3.0.

School
Sint-Leocollege is a Catholic high school and elementary school in , . is situated 5 km southwest of Damme.

School
The College of Europe is a postgraduate institute of European studies with its main campus in , and a smaller campus in , Poland. is situated 6 km southwest of Damme. Photo: Le Fou, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Localities in the Area

Village
Koolkerke is small district of in the province of West Flanders in . is situated 2½ km southwest of Damme. Photo: LimoWreck, CC BY 3.0.

Neighborhood
Sint-Jozef is a quarter in , which is the capital of the province of , in . is situated 4 km southwest of Damme. Photo: LimoWreck, CC BY 3.0.

Village
Moerkerke is a town in the province and a part of the city of is situated 4 km east of Damme.

Village
Dudzele is a village and subdivision in the municipality of , . is situated 4½ km northwest of Damme. Photo: Herpoel, CC BY-SA 4.0.

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