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Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

25 January 2022

A brand new Magritte shop has just opened its doors in Brussels

Belgium might not be the biggest country in the world, nor the most powerful. Some people probably couldn’t even put it on a map. Yet if […]
25 January 2022

New film school in Mosul created in partnership with a Belgian theater company

A film school has been created at the School of Fine Arts in Mosul, in partnership with a Belgian theater company from Ghent, as part of […]
24 January 2022

Naples’s latest tourist attraction shows a different side of the city

The memory of the city of Naples is carved in the stone labyrinths of the hypogea, the extraordinary canyons that split the hill. The Sanità, together […]
21 January 2022

Italy to welcome a pasta museum

When you think of Italy, a few things immediately come to mind. Although they might be a little cliché, we can’t help but to think of […]
20 January 2022

Migrants. A new film depicting how the climate crisis is affecting polar bears and their habitat

Two polar bears are the protagonists of this multi-award winning 3D animated short film entitled ‘Migrants’. In it, their home has become uninhabitable due to climate […]
19 January 2022

10 Secret passages around the world

How many of you did not feel fascinated by some secret passage in a film? Throughout history, many were essential in winning or losing a battle […]
18 January 2022

15 oldest countries in the world

How can we define which countries are the oldest in the world? Such task may be a tricky one, since past History events may indicate that […]
18 January 2022

Vandals have permanently damaged some of North America’s oldest surviving rock art

On December 26th, a panel of ancient petroglyphs in the Indian Head area of Big Bend National Park was irreparably damaged when vandals chose to boldly […]
17 January 2022

Archaeologists find 1,000-year-old mummy in underground tomb in Peru

Archaeologists found a well-preserved mummy dating back around 1,000-800 years in an undergoing tomb, in Cajamarquilla, Peru. The researchers discovered the mummy lying in a fetal […]
12 January 2022

Artist from Aalst wins international street art competition

Nigel Leirens has become the number 1 in an international street art contest with the work “The Girl with the Windmills”. Leirens is a Ghent native […]
10 January 2022

UNESDA Soft Drinks Europe to promote the music sector

There’s no denying that the culture sector has been greatly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Since the onset of the public health emergency, with lockdowns imposed […]
6 January 2022

Rio de Janeiro cancels Carnival street amid omicron surge

Rio de Janeiro has cancelled for the second time in a row its famous Carnival street parades due to surge in omicron cases. “We had a meeting […]
6 January 2022

1,500 languages could disappear by the end of the century

Research by the Australian National University (ANU) has found that of the world’s 7,000 recognized languages, around half are currently endangered. 1,500 are particularly at risk. […]
6 January 2022

10 unmissable carnivals around the world

1. Rio de Janeiro Carnival, Brazil Probably the first to come to mind when we think of the world’s greatest carnival, and with good reason, the […]
5 January 2022

Climate change satire Don’t Look Up granted a spot on the mainstream narrative

Staring No. 1 film on Netflix for several days in a row, the climate change satire Don’t Look Up has granted a spot on the mainstream […]
4 January 2022

3 cities hold the title of European Capital of Culture in 2022

Since 1 January 2022, three cities in Europe hold the title of European Capital of Culture for one year: Esch-sur-Alzette, in Luxembourg, Kaunas in Lithuania, and […]
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