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When it comes to Belgium’s sweet side, there’s so much more to its culinary talents than pralines and waffles.
A surprise find for workers in Parvis de Saint-Gilles: two complete skeletons, believed to be 300 years old.
Puzzled by Belgium?
The oldest map of Belgium, the Villaret map, is now digitally available, reports Knack.
One of two mummies that went missing from a Brussels museum in 1970 has been found in Mons, after a man tried putting it up for sale at auction.
Belgium’s fame as a paradise for chocolate lovers is largely thanks to the praline, invented by Jean Neuhaus.
Students in the highest three years of primary school and the first year of secondary school will get the unprecedented opportunity to be archaeologists for a day this autumn.
More than 120,000 spectators gathered earlier this month to commemorate the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo, but not all were pleased with the re-enactment event.
In 1815 the municipality of Waterloo consisted of a burgeoning cluster of hamlets.