No taxation without representation: we all recognise this statement as the battle cry of the American Revolution. Few people know it was also one of the main reasons behind the Belgian Revolution of 1830.
Wine making in Wallonia is hardly a new occupation. The first vines were planted in the 9th century and by the Middle Ages nearly every village had its own vineyard.
According to the City of Brussels, every inhabitant of the Brussels-Capital Region produces on average 1kg of waste a day.
Brussels’ Ancienne Belgique is a second home for regular concert-goers in Belgium. But not many of them know the venue’s rich cultural history the way Johan Ral does.
Gilbert and George: Beard Pictures in Brussels
‘I love opening people’s eyes’
Since 1995, exhibition guide Béatrice Van de Kerchove has been leading tours at the Ixelles Museum, Villa Empain and the ING art centre, as well as Bozar