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Bouillon (Beulen in German) is a small town (pop. 5,500) at the Belgo-French border famous for its enormous medieval castle, once owned by the notorious Duke Godfrey of Bouillon, leader of the first crusade. The town's architecture is in sharp contrast with the rest of Belgium. With its white facades and shutters, Bouillon already has a feel of France.