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Dana is a Travel Tomorrow reporter. She graduated in Political Science and International Relations. She moved to Brussels from Romania for her studies and Mont des Arts made her fall in love with the city and remain here. She loves animals, especially dogs, and everything food related, but dessert most of all.

27 January 2023

5 Korean photographers exhibit reflective self-portraits in Brussels

Photography season is back in Brussels in 2023 and the Korean Cultural Center participates in the annual PhotoBrussels festival by presenting the works of 5 Korean […]
26 January 2023

Exhibition dedicated to the Jewish escapees of the 20th Convoy opens in Brussels

An exhibition commemorating and honouring the people that managed to escape the 20th Convoy, on its way from Mechelen to Auschwitz in 1943, opened at the […]
25 January 2023

Botticelli’s storytelling in paint

Going to Florence is always a good idea. Seeing the Uffizi Gallery with its renaissance masters is an essential part of any itinerary, housing; Sandro Botticelli […]
11 January 2023

World’s favourite reporter turns 94

On 10 January 1929, the first album from what was to become one of the world’s most beloved comic series was published by Belgian cartoonist Hergé. […]
11 January 2023

3 new remarkable buildings set to shape the world in 2023

The pandemic brought many aspects of life to a standstill. The tourism and hospitality sectors were heavily impacted, but they were not the only ones. Urban […]
4 January 2023

5 most googled cultural landmarks in 2022

Every year, Google publishes some of the most popular searches of the year and 2022 was no exception. Called “Year in Search”, the 2022 dashboard not […]
28 December 2022

Bruges wants to become the European Capital of Culture in 2030

Bruges’ College of Mayor and Aldermen has decided the city will compete for the title of European Capital of Culture in 2030. This year marks exactly […]
22 December 2022

The most stunning modern architecture in Baku

A short stroll through the streets of Baku and you will be amazed by the beautiful contrast between the city’s architectural styles. From the 12th century […]
21 December 2022

Braga named Portuguese Capital of Culture 2025

The city of Braga will be Portuguese Capital of Culture (PCC) in 2025. Braga’s Mayor Ricardo Rio told Portuguese media that the PCC program should be […]
9 December 2022

Évora chosen as European Capital of Culture 2027 in Portugal

The chairperson of the European Capitals of Culture Expert panel announced on 7 December that the city of Évora has been recommended for the European Capital […]
7 December 2022

Brussels to become the capital of Art Nouveau in 2023

The Brussels Region has announced that next year will be the Art Nouveau Year as an important anniversary will be celebrated in the Capital of Europe. […]
30 November 2022

Top 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in China

China currently ranks second on the list of countries with the highest number of UNESCO heritage-listed attractions, only second to Italy. With a total of 56 […]
30 November 2022

A new skyscraper is set to redefine Austin’s urban landscape

A large construction project is set to change the urban landscape of Austin. At 1,035 feet (315 meters), the Wilson Tower is expected to become the […]
25 November 2022

5 best art cities in Flanders

Flanders, one of Belgium’s three official regions, has been leading European society since the Middle Ages. Important medieval cities and ports contributed to its refined culture, […]
22 November 2022

Germany to introduce €200 culture pass for 18-year-olds

Next year, Germany will introduce a culture pass for people turning 18 to spend on cultural activities in their local communities. The Kulturpass will be like […]
22 November 2022

World’s tallest residential building will have a crown of diamonds

Binghatti and Jacob & Co have partnered for the construction of the world’s tallest residential building, which will embellish Dubai’s skyline with a crown of diamonds. […]
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