The Graslei and the Koornlei in Ghent are located at the heart of the city. These are actually two adjoining streets along the old harbor of Ghent. Graslei means the streets of the herbs and vegetables while Koornlei means the streets of wheat. The name of the streets reveal that the place was once regarded as one of the major trade centers for these items. The streets were mostly visited by the traders and merchants dealing in those specific articles.