Turnhout, 1952) businessman, well known for his caviar business. Koen De Bouw, (born Turnhout, 1964) actor Twin cities edit References edit Statbel, Wikidata Q12480 ml p Catalogue Spécialisé des Oblitérations Belges, Nationale en Internationale Postzegelmanifestaties Antwerpen (nipa Antwerp, 1999. In 1338, the privilege of organizing a market on Saturday was granted, a tradition that still holds today. Castle of the Dukes of Brabant in Turnhout By the 16th century, Turnhout had become a wealthy commercial center. This is located in an old factory building downtown and houses a beautifully restored steam engine. Turnhout is also the capital of the administrative district with the same name. At the start of the 19th century, these trades were replaced by industries based on the use of paper. The small community that developed obtained its Libertas as a "free city" from Henry I, Duke of Brabant in about 1212. In addition, the Belgian Centre for the Graphics Industry, and the Flemish Innovation Center for Graphic Communication ( Campus Blairon ) are located in Turnhout. Gallery edit Turnhout, church: Sint Pieterskerk Turnhout, town hall Turnhout, train station Turnhout, chapel Turnhout, water tower Nieuwe Kaai Turnhout Notable residents edit Further information: Category:People from Turnhout Marc de Bonte (born 1990 kickboxer Philippus Jacobus Brepols, founder of Brepols Pieter Corbeels, printer and.