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Brussels Airport today is filled with holiday-goers on their way out of the country before the start of the school holiday next week.

Spending cuts imposed by the new federal government could mean a “cultural black-out,” according to Peter De Caluwe, director of De Munt/La Monnaie opera house in Brussels (pictured). While cuts threaten the existence of some smaller cultural organisations, the three main federally funded institutions – the Centre for Fine Arts (Bozar), De Munt/La Monnaie and the National Orchestra of Belgium – are also facing financial problems.

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