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  • Warfaaz Lake and a Castle in my Head

    Warfaaz Lake and a Castle in my Head
    A little lake in one of the most beautiful city of Belgium. Spa is also called water city because there's a lot of water sources. Take few minutes for coming in Belgium with your screen...
  • The Brussels Comic Circuit

    The Brussels Comic Circuit
    From vignette to vignette around the capital. The Brussels comic circuit originated in 1991 with the purpose of brightening up some of its more deteriorated buildings.
  • Liège

    My name is Kim and I've been living in Liège for a long time now. I don't want to worry about how many people are living in Liège or how many square meters Liège is. Liège is a nice city in Belgium and is a part of the Wallonia region (there is also a Flemish region and a German one! wonderful for one of the 3 smallest countries of the whole Universe!). Despite of the fact that it is a small city in a small country, Liège is always moving very fast! We love evolution, art and culture. I have several places where I love to go.
  • Leuven

    Although it isn't the most famous city in Belgium and one could claim it is fairly small, I think Leuven is one of the greatest cities this country has to offer. Come during the day time and look at historical buildings, housing projects from the sixties, one of the prisons (we have two of them, both 19th century), have a drink on one of the many squares or BYO in one of the parks.
  • Brussels for Beginners

    Brussels for Beginners
    Brussels isn’t simply the capital of Belgium; it’s also a city, full of history, culture, art and chocolate!
  • Atomium

    Oh wow! This must be about my favorite place to take photos in Brussels - and I have actually never been inside! (too scared to get disappointed, I guess...). Let's start with some history: the atomium was built for the World's Fair held in Brussels in 1958. The 103 meter tall structure (which represents a unit cell of an iron crystal, in case you were wondering) was planned by André Waterkeyn and it was supposed to stand only for 6 months. That's why the building was in quite a sorry condition for years and had to undergo heavy renovation works a couple of years ago. Now its nine steel spheres are sound and shiny again, craving for photographs! It is also worth visiting after sunset, when the spheres are illuminated. Day or night, go there if you happen to be in Brussels...you will make some beautiful pics!
  • The Botanic Garden in Leuven

    The Botanic Garden in Leuven
    I have been living in Leuven, Belgium, for close to 5 years now and the Botanic Garden has been one of my favorite spots along the years. Every season is different. Every month there's something new. It's a true living space. And it's a sweet quiet place to relax, making me forget that I actually live in a busy and lively Belgian city.
  • Everyday is Unique in Graffiti Street

    Everyday is Unique in Graffiti Street
    Feeling like capturing some colour on film? In that case, the little Graffiti Street in Gent is the place to be! In this unique alleyway, you will immediately be overwhelmed by the vivid shades and ingenious shapes on the walls that surround you.
  • Brussels

    Brussels is a grand place. If I should live in a capital, it would be in
  • Beaulieu National Motor Museum

    Beaulieu National Motor Museum
    Beaulieu National Motor Museum ... The world renowned National Motor Museum that has over 250 vehicles from every motoring era. Exhibits include some of the earliest examples of motoring to legendary World Record Breakers like Bluebird, ‘TV Star’ cars like Del Boy’s Reliant Regal and rare oddities like the giant orange on wheels :) .
  • Tram Museum Bruxelles / Museum of the Brussels’ Urban Transportation

    Tram Museum Bruxelles / Museum of the Brussels’ Urban Transportation
    Take an old tram (cable car) to visit the Bruxelles' Museum of African Arts.
  • Groezrock Festival, Meerhout, Belgium

    Groezrock Festival, Meerhout, Belgium
    Every year in April, the Groezrock Festival is held in the Belgian village of Meerhout. This year, on Easter weekend, its 20th anniversary will be celebrated with three stages, over 30,000 visitors, and two days of music.
  • Cycling in Brussels

    Cycling in Brussels
    Getting to know a new city is always fun, but to do this on a bike is even more fun!
  • Le Fontainas, Brussels

    Le Fontainas, Brussels
    Welcome to one of my favorite cafés in Brussels any time of the day: Le Fontainas is for sure one of the best places downtown to sip a coffee in the morning reading the paper, have a simple lunch and a beer at noon or enjoy some cocktails in the evening with friends, all of this while listening to some of the most interesting music selection in Brussels. In winter, you can sit inside and warm up with a hot chocolate. The interior decoration is cozy, with a nice vintage touch and huge photographs on the wall :). I particulary like the recycled chairs and tables, each one in a different shape and color.
  • The Grand Place

    The Grand Place
    Belgium is a tiny country with Brussels as its capital. I find that many people bypass it on their travels...in fact a lot of people don't even know where on the map it is! Sad! I'm sure the only thing they can relate to it is probably the actor Van Damme or Brussels sprouts.
  • Ravenstein Gallery - a trip to the 50s

    Ravenstein Gallery - a trip to the 50s
    This is one of my favorite spots in Brussels, a true lomographer's paradise, especially for those who like 50's architecture. The Ravenstein gallery was in fact built between 1954 and 1958, right on time for the Expo '58, the international exhibition that radically transformed the city. Apart from the Atomium, there's very little left of the actual Expo, but in the city you can still find here and there some fine examples of the architecture and spirit of that time.
  • The Belgian waffle

    The Belgian waffle
    When you think of Belgium, you think of chocolate, frites and brussel sprouts BUT don't forget the yummy waffles (or gauffe as they call it in French). I've been living in Brussels for over 4 years now and still can't get enough of it! I especially crave it when I'm out shopping or running errands as they have very convenient stalls and booths located in the metro stations and on the high street.
  • Bittersweet Breakfast at Bitterzoet in Antwerp

    Bittersweet Breakfast at Bitterzoet in Antwerp
    If the new Gallery Store opening up this summer hasn't convinced you to visit Antwerp, this place will. Bitterzoet (meaning: bittersweet) serves the best breakfast, lunch, and coffee I have yet encountered.
  • Tournai

    h2. An express city tour explained by a grumpy tourist guide.
  • Viaduct of Millau

    Viaduct of Millau
    The Viaduct of Millau on the A75 highway (from Montpellier to Clermont Ferrand) is one of the latest important architectural achievements in France. It's just above the valley of the river Tarn, near of Millau (department of Aveyron) and is 245 meters high in the middle.

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