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Sewer Museum Brussels

CreepyTravels – Going Underground In Brussels

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Wanna see a completely different side of Brussels? Not afraid of less agreeable smells and the possible sight of an occasional rat? Then a visit to the Sewer Museum of Brussels is something for you! As the official website says, THE SEWER NETWORK UNDER THE CITY OF BRUSSELS IS NEARLY 350 KM LONG! THOUSANDS OF M3 OF WASTE WATER FLOW…

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New On Our YouTube Channel!

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And there is more coming up! Since mid-May – the moment that my fractured ankle was finally healed – Lars and me have been on the road again. During one of our excursions, we revisited Le Chat Touille, the first cat café in Brussels. The article and the pictures are on the website of Trend Prive Magazine and the folks over there…

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Driving Around In The High Fens – Part 2

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Names like “Baraque Michel” and “Signal de Botrange” are familiar to every Belgian. But what exactly are these places? Let us start with the Baraque Michel. This name refers to the third highest point of Belgium (674 metres), located in the municipality of Jalhay, not far from Eupen. There is also an inn, which bears the same name and which was built…

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Lake Eupen

Driving Around In The High Fens

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High Fens is the English word for the region that we in Dutch call “Hoge Venen” and in French “Hautes Fagnes”. According to Wikipedia: The High Fens (French: Hautes Fagnes; German: Hohes Venn; Dutch: Hoge Venen), which were declared a nature reserve in 1957, are an upland area, a plateau region in the province of Liège, in the east of…

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