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#BrusselsDesignMarket, the largest design market in Europe

#BrusselsDesignMarket, the largest design market in Europe

| August 14, 2019

Ever since its creation in 2002, the Brussels Design Market has evolved into the the largest design market in Europe. This event, that takes place twice a year (March and September), has become one of the main events in the international vintage design calendar.
 Maintaining that particular atmosphere that characterizes flea markets, the Brussels Design […]

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#DinnerInTheSky heads to Canal in Brussels

#DinnerInTheSky heads to Canal in Brussels

| June 17, 2019

It’s one of the more novel culinary innovations of recent years in Brussels and elsewhere – eating while suspended 50 metres above the ground. For its 2019 edition, Dinner in the Sky will head to the Canal in Brussels, opposite the future Kanal Pompidou Museum. Since its launch in Brussels in 2006, Dinner in the […]

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#Koezio for indoor adventure

#Koezio for indoor adventure

| April 29, 2019

They say good news travels far and news about one of the newer and more exciting visitor attractions in Brussels has stretched a long way – as far as Canada and Thailand. The indoor adventure park Koezio, located at the thriving Docks Bruxel shopping and leisure complex, sees about 150,000 visitors pass through its doors […]

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#BrightBrusselsFestivalOfLight: 11 artists chosen to festoon #Brussels city centre

#BrightBrusselsFestivalOfLight: 11 artists chosen to festoon #Brussels city centre

| December 19, 2018

This weekend, the Bright Brussels Festival of Light will be shining the spotlight on some of Brussels’ most central neighbourhoods in collaboration with a variety of Belgian and international artists. After a difficult decision, the jury have finally selected 11 artists to take on this decorative feat. The neighbourhoods of Quais and Sainte-Catherine will be […]

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#MeetMeat – The carnivore’s temple

#MeetMeat – The carnivore’s temple

| December 14, 2018

While recent trends may have veered away from meat eating, less has been heard about the health benefits of eating meat, writes Martin Banks. It has perhaps been less publicized that meat contributes to carrying out vital metabolic functions. Meat also gives one a lot of energy and, since meat contains a large amount of […]

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#JointResearchCentre launches new exhibition to highlight science behind EU policy

#JointResearchCentre launches new exhibition to highlight science behind EU policy

| October 10, 2018

The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre launched an exhibition called ‘ARTEFACTS‘ on 8 October in the Berlin Museum für Naturkunde. The exhibition will use art to engage citizens in a discussion about EU policies and the scientific evidence behind them, demonstrating the value in our everyday lives. Education, Culture, Youth and Sport Commissioner Tibor Navracsics (pictured), […]

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#Helsinki and #Lyon named #EuropeanCapitalsOfSmartTourism in 2019

#Helsinki and #Lyon named #EuropeanCapitalsOfSmartTourism in 2019

| September 27, 2018

Helsinki and Lyon have been announced as the winners of the first edition of the European Capital of Smart Tourism competition. The two cities have showcased how they can develop tourism sustainably, ensure accessibility to destinations, embrace the digital transformation and link tourism to cultural heritage. Throughout 2019 Lyon and Helsinki will be given EU […]

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