Category Archives: travel, Belgium

The pools of the sugar factory

June 27th, 2020, Frasnes. First visit to the old “décanteurs” of the sugar factory in Frasnes-lez-Anvaing. The pools were used to have the sugar beets macerate in water. Todays these pools host dozens of different species of birds, insects, etc. … Continue reading

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Spring in times of corona

April 11, 2020. Due to the restrictions, the nearby woods are emptied from the usual crowds of visitors and tourists… The splendour of the Hallerbos in spring is something we did not appreciate truly before, but discover now.

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Explore nature nearby…

Halle, March 29 – April 4, 2020. Walk, discover and explore the world in your closest neighbourhood is today’s message and motto. Some pretty pictures of these close-by experiences during the past week…

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Best wishes

Dec 24th, 2019. Moments of sharing and bonding, moments to save and to remember. Authenticity and respect, this is what we (must) care for, now, in and beyond 2020…

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Scladina, a place to discover

Scladina, Oct. 20th. Situated near Andenne, excavated by the nearby river Meuse, the cave is still under study, the techniques are explained in a simple and ludique way, the concretions are complex, the discoveries exceptional, the guide is enthusiastic and up-to-date. A must see of Belgian … Continue reading

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Pajottenland, the refurbished castle pond

Heikruis, March 3rd, 2019. We just discovered the waterpond winding through the refurbished park of Ter Rijst castle, where small families of geese and other waterbirds were feeding on its banks and taking to the water as soon as we approached…

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The “Borinage”

February 18th, 2019, La Louvière. In this central region of Belgium, most hills (or terrils) are artificially created. They are the silent witnesses of the past, i.e. the exploitation of the coal. Their slopes are covered by an exuberant vegetation while their flattened tops may … Continue reading

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Photo-N(ature), the new exhibition is ready

Jan, 26th, Vilvoorde. The third exhibition of Photo-N is ready for visiting. The photographs that we present to the public are selected among the ones we discussed during the year. Only the best ones survive the final round. Enjoy this new exhibition by the … Continue reading

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