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The Flagey police station in Ixelles is no longer open on Sundays as of September 1, RTBF announced yesterday on its website.
When you’re standing on Place Saint-Géry in the city centre, with its busy bars and terraces, it’s hard to imagine that thousands of years ago it was an
The cemetery in Ixelles dates back to 1877, which makes it one of the oldest in Brussels. Known for its many stately tombs, it serves as a final resting
Place Keym was named after Eugène Keym (1861-1920), an alderman of Watermael-Boitsfort’s town council who did everything he could to keep its inhabitants safe during the First World War.
The Red Cross is currently facing a shortage of blood and has issued an urgent call for donations. "We notice an overall decrease in our inventory of blood products.
August 4, 1914: the beginning of the First World War.
Irish MEP Martina Anderson has congratulated Craobh Rua, the Belgian GAA club for organising the European Camogie and Hurling Finals which are to take place in Brussels this Saturday.
Dutch émigré Michiel Van Deursen, 40, came to Brussels 11 years ago to launch the Belgian versions of Tweedehands (w