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Evere’s Windmill and its cultural heartbeat

An old windmill in the heart of Evere Evere, one of Brussels’s districts, houses an old windmill, which is part of the Belgian cultural heritage. The Belgians claim that it is one of the last old windmills in Brussels, which … Continue reading

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Evere’s Bon Pasteur Park

A park in winter has got its simple beauty, no doubt about that. Seeing empty trees with their branches lifting their silhouettes to the sky expresses a sort of sadness and a sort of reminder that clothes do not wear … Continue reading

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Evere’s St. Vincent Church

We recently moved to Evere, one of the 19 municipalities of Brussels. Evere is a former Flemish village where its inhabitants grew radish and witloof. There are still parts of the today’s Evere, which preserve the countryside structure of the … Continue reading

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Have a great World Photo Day!

Today is the ‪‎World Photo Day‬. A photo speaks thousand or even more words. Telling photo stories & capturing moments in time… Here are some of my own favourite photos. Have a great World Photo Day! The Bonn Minster (German: … Continue reading

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Brussels Flower Carpet: Celebrating 20 years in Japanese style

The Flower Carpet event of Brussels turns 20 this year! Belgians claim that they produce about 60 million begonias each year so such a notable carpet cannot be made of any other flowers, but begonias. They mainly come from the … Continue reading

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One-of-a-kind places: Josaphat Park, in Schaerbeek, Brussels

Just two-minute walk from our place, there is a beautiful park with several long lanes. The park is a good place to relax after a hectic day. At weekends locals come for a picnic or for a walk. It is the … Continue reading

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Halle’s blue-purple emotion in Belgium

Not far from Brussels, there is a unique forest, on the outskirts of the city of Halle. The forest’s name is Hallerbos in Dutch and Bois de Hal in French. In spring the forest ground wears a blue-purple carpet for … Continue reading

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