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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.

1 July 2022

Birmingham is giving its bus stops an artistic new outlook

When we think of the city of Birmingham nowadays, chances are many of us immediately get the image of ‘Peaky Blinders’ in our heads. It’s definitely […]
23 June 2022

Does the phallus make the man? A must-visit 2022 exhibition in Ghent

Specially commended during European Museum of the Year Award 2022, Ghent University Museum (GUM) is a new science museum pleasantly situated at the heart of the […]
21 June 2022

New diamond-shape bar hanging over a canyon inaugurated in Georgia

On June 14th, a 240-meter-long glass bridge with a diamond-shaped bar suspended in the center was inaugurated at Dashbashi Canyon, in Georgia, in the presence of […]
24 May 2022

A church in Brussels to be transformed into a climbing hall

From 2023, a church in Brussels will be transformed into a climbing hall. Located in the municipality of Forest, in the Brussels Region, the Church of […]
18 May 2022

‘Sorry, Not Sorry’ street art festival is back in Ghent

Art lovers will already know that Ghent has a world-class arts scene and this year is no exception. Just an hour from Brussels, easily accessible by […]
16 May 2022

Brussels Art Nouveau gem for sale starting at €1.8 million

An Art Nouveau gem in Brussels has recently been listed for sale by Sotheby’s International Realty Belgium and bidding starts at €1.8 million. Offers must be […]
9 May 2022

Celebrating Helsinki’s unique design and architectural landscape

For the fans of Nordic design, 2022 might be an ideal year to visit Helsinki, as the city celebrates its 10th anniversary of being named the […]
2 May 2022

The world’s tallest wooden skyscraper is being built in Switzerland

The world’s tallest timber residential building will soon rise to skies of Switzerland. Called Rocket & Tigerli, the building will be the tallest wooden construction in […]
14 April 2022

88 years since the infamous theft of ‘The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb’ in Ghent

April 11th marked the 88th anniversary of the infamous theft that took place in St. Bavo’s Cathedral, in Ghent, where two panels of ‘The Adoration of […]
13 April 2022

The world’s thinnest skyscraper is welcoming new residents in Manhattan

At 435 meters tall, the Steinway Tower is located in Midtown Manhattan and is also one of the tallest in the Western Hemisphere, trailing only two […]
8 April 2022

Curious art attraction comes to Knokke

Throughout 5 months, from 4 April to 4 September, the Closer project can be seen in Knokke. The artwork is the creation of Wim Tellier, an […]
8 April 2022

Why Santarém is the ultimate destination for history lovers

An hour’s drive from Lisbon, Santarém grips a plateau above the Tagus river, the city’s fingers fanning out and reaching for the edge. It’s a place […]
7 April 2022

Montpellier joins bid to become the European Capital of Culture in 2028

The city of Montpellier and the surrounding territories of the Hérault, from Sète to Agde via the first foothills of the Cévennes and Lunel, have just […]
29 March 2022

Brussels’ Palais de Justice finally reveals its secrets

Many people from Belgium and abroad would be only too happy to discover the intriguing history and exceptional architecture of the Law Courts. The Covid-19 pandemic […]
25 March 2022

China’s new record-breaking suspension Lvzhijiang Bridge to open next month

Traveling in China‘s Yunnan province will soon become easier with the world’s first single-tower, new record-breaking suspension bridge set to open next month. 1. Lvzhijiang Bridge […]
14 March 2022

5 Exhibitions in London to visit this spring

London is always a great place to visit, especially for art lovers – with abundant art scenes and numerous museums and galleries, there is always something […]
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