After Baarle-Hertog / Baarle-Nassau, Oriol and I drove to the Vaalserberg in Limburg, where Kingdom of the Netherlands meet the Kingdom of Belgium and the Federal Republic of Germany. It’s commonly known as Drielandenpunt, Point Trifrontières or Point des Trois Frontières and Dreiländereck. It used to be a quadripoint with Neutral Moresnet.
The Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst van Antwerpen (M HKA), the Museum for Modern Art in Antwerp, is hosting ‘Together.‘. Allegedly it’s Belgium‘s first LGBTQIA+ dedicated exhibition.
1993 was a big year for Antwerp. It was Cultural Capital of Europe and it gave the city many cultural events and a sense of pride. For Antwerpians over a certain age, it’s memorable.
Perry Dolmans of Geschiedenis in kleur (History in colour) has colorized old footage of Antwerp, dating from 1910 to 1920. He also edited images of 1933 and 1953 amongst others.
In search for Belgium‘s third oldest in-use railway station, Danny and I went to Ronse / Renaix, a facility municipality in the province of East Flanders.
On our way to Ronse / Renaix, Danny and I stopped shortly in Oudenaarde. We did a brief walk in the city center.
After having lived in London and in Dubai, Britton Thomas Matthew Cotton (32) now lives in the Antwerp district of Borgerhout. On his Facebook page, he blends new and old cityscapes.
Only early last week Danny and I posted ‘Why we keep posting during the coronavirus crisis‘ but it feels like a century passed already.
Yes, current measures against coronavirus COVID-19 restrict our freedom of movement drastically. Nevertheless we’d like to share this nifty app.
On Open Monument’s Day I had the unplanned opportunity to take a peek inside Kneuterdijk Palace in The Hague, the political capital of the Kingdom of The Netherlands. The palace is the home of the Council of State or Raad van State.