Steen·weg is a large, paved road between two cities. The term is mainly used in Flanders. These ways are often named after the place where they lead. Most of these ways in Belgium were built in the period 1750-1850. This new stone roads had a pronounced linear character. These were roads that facilitate the transport of the countryside to the city.
I followed several times the paved roads from De Klijte (my hometown) to Ghent (the city where I study). I looked around and photographed what struck me and that makes me stand still along this paved roads.