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.

24 May 2023

Helsinki Huussi showcased at Venice’s La Biennale

Finland’s exhibition at the world’s most respected architecture event of La Biennale di Venezia envisions a water conserving and nutrient recycling sanitation solution. A dry toilet […]
22 May 2023

Marble Sentinels

The powerful emotions of Jago’s white marble sculptures are like quiet hurricanes – profoundly moving, changing the entire atmosphere in the recently restored Chiese di Sant’Aspreno […]
19 May 2023

The Grand Place of Brussels in brief

The Grand Place – or Grote Markt in Dutch – is the main square of Brussels. The square includes the City Hall, the Maison du Roi, […]
16 May 2023

Victor Horta masterpiece opens its doors to the public

Hôtel van Eetvelde, a listed Brussels Art Nouveau monument designed by Victor Horta, opens its doors to the public this year. Like three other Horta properties […]
9 May 2023

The subtle changing greys of nature

Nature never meant grey to me until I saw the mysterious tidal mudflats of the Baie de Somme of Le Crotoy in Picardie, France. The receding […]
5 May 2023

9th edition of Antwerp Art Weekend returns 18-21 May

Coming up in its 9th edition between 18-21 May, 2023, Antwerp Art Weekend invites visitors to take a plunge into the city’s multi-layered art scene, through […]
3 May 2023

New ‘waffle-like’ canopy on rooftop of Brussels’ Bourse causes stir

A waffle-shaped structure has recently appeared on the roof of the old Brussels Stock Exchange or Bourse/Beurs. The building is currently being converted into a new […]
2 May 2023

Italy to build world’s longest suspension bridge

Italy seems to be one step closer to connect Sicily to mainland thanks to a decree passed by the government of Giorgia Meloni last month.  1. […]
1 May 2023

Metamorphosis of Brussels’ Palace of Justice set to begin

On Friday April 28th, Brussels State Secretary for Urbanism and Heritage, Pascal Smet, and State Secretary for the Federal Buildings Authority, Mathieu Michel, confirmed that another […]
27 April 2023

What about feminism in surrealism?

When it comes to art history, generally speaking, women tend to be quite underrepresented. Creating the illusion that in fact, there were no feminine artists around […]
26 April 2023

Political art with a powerful heart

The first time I saw William Kentridge’s work – at the LaM (Modern Art Museum) in Lille in 2020 – I was blown away, so I […]
25 April 2023

Antwerp’s brand new Baroque Influencers Festival to run until November 2023

Antwerp’s brand new Baroque Influencers festival will run until November of this year. It comprises a series of exhibitions, baroque music concerts, a lecture series featuring […]
24 April 2023

Master plan for Brussels’ Cinquantenaire Park transformation revealed

On 1 April 2022, the Belgian federal government approved the redevelopment plan of the Cinquantenaire Park in Brussels with the ambitions of turning it into a […]
20 April 2023

How is 3D printing changing architecture?

Technology developments are changing the experience of traveling by plane, how railway infrastructure can be leveraged to generate energy, and even the possibility of building homes […]
12 April 2023

European Commission calls for experts to safeguard cultural heritage in Ukraine

The European Commission has published a call for experts to safeguard cultural heritage in Ukraine. This is an addition and a follow-up to the first set […]
12 April 2023

Royan’s Holy concrete and more

I never thought I could fall in love with concrete or even find it aesthetically pleasing, but Notre-Dame de Royan changed that. The church strives up, […]
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