A gated community from AD1275: Heerlyckheid Vorselaar, Belgium And another one from the 13th century: Castle Rameyen, Belgium It started as a watercastle. Bought by Nicolas Rubens, son of, in the 17th century. During the peasant's war (last years of 18th century) the collaborator in residence was driven out by unlawfull combattants, or so was the version of the French liberators. Anyway, moving on: Castle "Steen" in Antwerp, Belgium, commanding the river Scheldt. I've been told that the castle must carry the flag of Brabant by decree of the Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. A task dutyfully and diligently carried out by the Antwerp FD, eum... until recently. Is it a case of sudden vertigo..., a lost key..., the enemy within...? Who can tell, I can only hope they don't get in trouble. An emperor can be pretty unpredictable.