Ghent is "a city of three towers."

An excerpt from the article 44 facts about Ghent

They are very characteristic of the skyline of this city: the tall bell tower called the "dragon tower"–The Belfry of Ghent from the 14th century, a UNESCO monument, St. Nicholas Bell Tower (one of the oldest and most famous landmarks in Ghent), and Saint Bavo’s Cathedral (the cathedral was the site of the baptism of Charles V - Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation from 1519 to 1556 - in1500).