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In the middle ages, Ghent was the second largest city in northern Europe and a leading port town.
The city of Ghent has launched a plan to document every member of its homeless population.
A 12-year-old girl in Ghent has succumbed to complications brought on by the coronavirus, becoming the youngest known person in Europe to die from Covid-19.
Phase two of the ongoing restoration of “Adoration of the Mystic Lamb” – otherwise known as the Ghent Altarpiece – is complete.
Next year Ghent is all about the artist Jan Van Eyck, with a series of events planned to celebrate the 15th-century painter’s association with the city, and to mark the restoration of his “A
Archaeological work being done behind Sint-Baafs Cathedral in Ghent has turned up some 800 intact skeletons, many of them children.
The Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent (MSK) has launched a sheet of questions and special tours for people who are learning Dutch.
Ghent's annual 10-day city festival is taking place this week for the 176th time, with a programme of live music, street theatre, circus and more.
Ghent University is opening a new museum that will display its scientific collection, to show the visitor that “science is the result of falling and getting up again, doubt and imagination”.