Category: Belgium

Ghent, birthplace of Charles V, is the capital of East Flanders and lies in the convergence of the rivers Lys and Scheldt. An important port city, its historic center remained…

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Bruges (Brugge in Dutch) is one of the most important Belgian cities and is the capital of the West Flanders region.  Its historic center remained intact during both World Wars…

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The city of Ostend (in Dutch Oostende, in French Ostende) is located along the Atlantic coast of Flanders and is washed by the North Sea. Ostend is one of the…

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The Atomium, built on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition of 1958, being the pavilion of Belgium during the exhibition was supposed to last only 6 months but its popularity…

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Autoworld Brussels is one of the best car collections in the world, consisting of more than 300 vehicles.  Located in the “Parc du Cinquantenaire”, the neoclassical building commemorates the 50th…

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Capital of the province of the same name, Antwerp is one of the most important cities in Flanders as well as Belgium. Inhabited since gallo-Roman times, Antwerp developed around the…

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Capital of the Kingdom of Belgium, Brussels is also the capital of Europe. Headquarters of the European Union, of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Brussels is also an international financial center. Cosmopolitan and…

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