The Belgian coastal city 'Ostend' in 1905 before it became MultiCultural

Published January 31, 2021 11 Views

Rumble The Belgian coastal city Ostend (Oostende in Dutch) in 1905 before it became Multicultural...

Ostend is a city on the Belgian coast. It's known for its long beach and promenade. Docked in the marina, the Mercator is a 3-masted 1930s ship that now acts as a floating museum. The Mu.ZEE displays Belgian art from the 1830s onward. The neo-Gothic–style Church of St. Peter and St. Paul has soaring spires and distinctive stained-glass windows. Near the harbor, Fort Napoleon is a 5-sided fortification built in 1811.

Horrible images of a MonoCultural/MonoRacial society.