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The ninth edition of Museum Night Fever on Saturday drew about 16,000 people to museums across Brussels, slightly fewer than last year's edition with 17,000 visitors.
The Brussels commune of Saint-Gilles this year is to get its own folklore festival and parade centred around the figure of the Water Carrier (La Porteuse d'Eau) from the statue in the cent
Volunteers are putting the finishing touches this week on a series of murals pasted onto the walls of buildings across Ixelles.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism, is coming to Brussels on 11 September to give a talk at Palais 12.
Belgium's prime minister Charles Michel has remarkable roots, according to a group of genealogy enthusiasts.
Belgium's annual carnival celebrations kicked off in Aalst at the weekend with the 88th edition of the famous parade, featuring floats and costumes depicting current events from
Thousands of people gathered in the centre of Brussels on Saturday for a Chinese New Year celebration and parade, filling the city with dragons and red lanterns, writes Brusselnieuws.
The pedestrian area around Place de la Bourse on Saturday filled with about 7,000 people during the first Brussels' Colours event, a celebration of all things Brussels, including food and dri
At the approach of the annual carnival celebrations across Belgium next week, police are warning revelers not to dress up as emergency services workers or terrorists, writes De Mor