In a world’s first, the 969 sq ft dwelling was printed in one piece with a fixed printer
“They were seven good friends both together and alone, by the river in the valley in the forest they had home”
Art students cleaned, repainted and restored 250 graves spread over 5 cemeteries
Architects Govaert and Vanhoutte recently completed this stunning riverside home just outside of Ghent, Belgium
Located in Braine-l’Alleud, Belgium, the Lion’s Mound is a large conical hill with a lion statue at the peak that commemorates the location on the battlefield of Waterloo where a musket ball struck William II of the Netherlands (the Prince of Orange) in the shoulder.
How cool is this? A former fire hall’s doors in Brussels, Belgium, are made from old fire hose and even the nozzle was incorporated!
A beatboxing street performer in Brussels gets a nice surprise when an elderly woman walking her dog takes a moment to dance her heart out to his music; drawing a huge crowd of smiling onlookers.
Photograph by Luc Viatour | http://www.Lucnix.be Seen here are the amazing vaulted ceilings and dome of St Aubin’s Cathedral in Namur, Wallonia, Belgium. St Aubin’s is the only cathedral in Belgium in the Late Baroque style and was built between 1751 and 1767. Inside, all colour is avoided, replaced by architectural enrichments and the…
Fields of Battle—Lands of Peace 14-18 is the work of photojournalist Michael St Maur Sheil. Captured over a period of seven years, Michael’s photography combines a passion for history and landscape and presents a unique reflection on the transformation of the battlefields of the Great War into the landscape of modern Europe. Michael remarks:…
Photograph by Vincent Brassinne A beautiful Autumn stroll through Sonian Forest, which lies at the south-eastern edge of Brussels, Belgium. The forest measures 4,421-hectares (10,920 acres) and is popular destination for those that enjoy a nice place to be active. Today the forest consists of mostly European beeches and oaks with several trees more…