Monthly Archives : December 2017

Brussels In Bright Colours – Part 1

Winter has come. Lately, the weather has become sombre and the cityscape looks a bit sad with all the barren trees. I think back to the beautiful autumn we have had… These pictures are from Bois de la Cambre/Ter Kamerenbos, an urban Brussels park measuring 1.23 square kilometres. It has a lake with a small island, called Robinson’s Island. The…

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Where Magritte Became Inspired

René Magritte is without any doubt one of the greatest Belgian artists. If you are unfamiliar with his work, there are 2 museums in Brussels dedicated to his works. This year sees the 50th anniversary of the death of Magritte, resulting in extra exhibitions in Brussels. And you can also visit the house where he spent his childhood in Jette, which is…

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