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Martyrs’ Square (French Place des Martyrs; Dutch Martelarenplein) is a square in the centre of Brussels. The current name of this square refers to the dead of the September days of the Belgian Revolution of 1830. Originally the square was called ‘Place Saint-Michel’ or ‘Sint-Michielsplein’ after Saint Michael patron of the City of Brussels. It was laid-out in a uniform neoclassical style in the years…

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The impressive Botanic Garden in Meise, just outside the north of Brussels, is a 92 hectare park where one can discover more than 18.000 species of plants. The greenhouse is one of the largest in Europe. To say that a walk through this beautiful park and massive collection is a journey to discover, would be an understatement. You’ll…

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This factory just outside the city of Hasselt, was built in 1893 to produce chemicals such as glue, gelatine and fertiliser. After a fusion with with the Vilvoorde factory in 1919, and the Hyon factory in 1925, it became one of the largest producers of gelatine in the world, with more than 300 people working in Hasselt.…

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A walk around the Canal in the North of Brussels. There’s a very interesting atmosphere in this area. Very Twin Peaks.