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Spanish Occupation of Flanders (1560-1648 ca.)

In 17th century Spain Diego Alatriste, a brave and heroic soldier, is fighting in his King's army in the Flandes region.

Spanish Occupation of Flanders (1560-1648 ca.)

Late 16th century, persecuted protestantism and general dissatisfaction with the Catholic Habsburg rule in the Netherlands lead to large-scale plundering and vandalizing of churches, only harshening the Spanish Inquisition, sparkling the Eighty Years War.

Spanish Occupation of Flanders (1560-1648 ca.)

In the sixteenth century, Spain occupies Flanders, an Inquisition enforces the faith. Aging writer and philosopher, Zénon Ligre, comes to Bruges using a false name and papers to serve as a physician to the poor, establishing a clinic and steam bath.

Spanish Occupation of Flanders (1560-1648 ca.)

Based on the book by Belgian XIX century author Charles de Coaster.

Spanish Occupation of Flanders (1560-1648 ca.)

Flanders, Spanish Empire, 1616. The inhabitants of the small town of Boom are busy organizing the annual local festivities when the arrival of the Duke of Olivares, who rules the country on behalf of the King Philip III of Spain, is announced.

Spanish Occupation of Flanders (1560-1648 ca.)

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