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Belgium National Holiday - Visitbrussels
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Mussels and fries, military and folklore parades, drone fireworks and Lady Gaga, these are just some of the highlights of Belgium’s national holiday festivities on 20 and 21 July.

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Brussels is not as “liveable” in 2024 as it was last year, according to British magazine The Economist’s ranking of the world’s most liveable cities.

Expat Welcome Desk Brussels
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Summer is upon us and the holidays are just round the corner...

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#BXLOVESMUSIC is a new campaign that supports the emerging music scene in the capital by promoting a different artist each month.

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For the fourth summer in the row, Anderlecht outdoor pool Flow offers city residents a public swimming space, opening from 1 July until 18 September.

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Flemish minister for Brussels Benjamin Dalle (CD&V) will appoint five new ambassadors this summer to strengthen the capital's image, both within Brussels and abroad.

King Baudouin stadium Brussels
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The city of Brussels has decided not to stage a scheduled football match between Belgium and Israel at the King Baudouin stadium on 6 September, due to the political situation in the Middle East,

Philippe Close - Brussels mayor - Belga
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Brussels mayor Philippe Close (PS), elected as MP in the federal parliament in Sunday's elections, will not be taking up his seat, reports Le Soir.

Museum Prescriptions in Brussels
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The city of Brussels is expanding its innovative programme offering museum visits on prescription for people suffering from anxiety, stress, depression.

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