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The inaugural event for Le Pavillon Pop-Up - Namur’s new permanent space dedicated to digital and creative cultures - explores fittingl
It’s Mardi Gras or Shrove Tuesday in Belgium today and many towns around the country are mourning the absence of their traditional carnival festivities.
In 1769 the world was a very different place. It was the year of Captain Cook’s first voyage. James Watt had just received the first patent for his steam engine. Napoleon Bonaparte was born.
Environmental consultant turned wild food campaigner Lionel Raway believes he has found the perfect recipe for his non-profit wild plant association, Cuisine
Its emblem may be the snail, but Namur has overhauled its reputation as a genteel city with an equally sedate nightlife.
The managing director of Charleroi-based virtual reality production company KeyWall – part of 100 employee-strong DreamWall Media Solutions – first built a vi
Welcome to Belgium’s black country. The oft-maligned city is Belgium’s poster child for postwar urban depression.
Since Mons’s turn as European Capital of Culture in 2015, there’s no shortage of sights and attractions to enjoy in the city.
The pretty Liège province town of Malmedy in East Belgium is surrounded by undulating countryside, dot