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Le miracle bleu-violet du Bois de Hal en Belgique

Nous avons visité le Bois de Hal cette année aussi. Nous ne pouvons pas manquer le miracle bleu-violet de ce bois. Le Bois de Hal est situé à la périphérie de la ville de Hal, non loin de Bruxelles, en … Continue reading

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The Spring 2015 Aywiers Gardens of Belgium

The Aywiers Gardens (Les Jardin d’Aywiers in French) is a famous plant and garden fair, which is hosted at Aywiers Abbey in Wallonia, Belgium, twice a year. The Aywiers Abbey was founded in 1215 by Cistercian nuns from Liège. In … Continue reading

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Breathtaking purple-blue carpets of Halle’s Wood

Halle’s Wood (Hallerbos in Dutch and Bois de Hal in French) is a well-known wood famous for its bluebell carpets that are on display from late April to early May. The wood is the place where the sky falls down … Continue reading

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The making of the begonia carpet in Brussels’s Grand-Place

Every two years, since 1971, the Grand-Place in Brussels wears a large begonia carpet, which is the creation of the famous florist artists from Ghent in Belgium. Each carpet features a different theme, with unique patterns, which relate to an … Continue reading

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