A view of one for the farmsteads that occupy a place in the Belgian village of Opvelp known as the Verbrande Toren.
This used to be the location of the castle of the lords of Opvelp. The castle no longer exists. All that remains are fragments of the wall around the castle territory and one 17th century gate.
The name of the place (which translates as “the burnt tower”) gives a hint as to what happened here.