Content by tag : Heritage
Belgian fries were officially added to the Unesco list of cultural treasures, reports VTM today. The Belgian fries are therefore eligible for Unesco World Heritage status.
The oldest map of Belgium, the Villaret map, is now digitally available, reports Knack.
With a bid of €6,600, a Belgian buyer yesterday purchased a saber that may have belonged to the first King of the Belgians, Leopold I, says auction house Bernaerts.
The Brussels-Capital Region has applied for Unesco World Heritage status for its traditional Ommegang pageant, a reconstruction of the son of Emperor Charles V's entry in Brussels in 1
The 1902 statue of local hero Everard 'tSerclaes, located just off the Grand Place, has been restored to its original colour, writes Bruzz.
Brussels on Saturday welcomed the opening of a new gallery entirely dedicated to Tintin.
The Brussels commune of Schaerbeek is interested in buying the property of the former Aux Trois Rois, its oldest café.
On the esplanade in front of Brussels' Berlaymont building on Monday, a piece of the Berlin Wall was inaugurated with the effigy of former US President John F. Kennedy.
Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels, André-Joseph Léonard, has announced that the closure or desecration of Brussels’ Saint-Catherine Church is out of the question, reports brusselnieuws.be.