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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.

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 […]
29 March 2022

James Bond producers announce 007-themed competition series on Amazon

Prime Video, Amazon’s online streaming platform, has greenlit a James Bond inspired unscripted adventure series, 007’s Road to a Million. The UK Amazon Original, eight-part series […]
29 March 2022

Rotterdam’s Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen lets you see 150,000 artworks all in one place

Rotterdam’s Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen, the world’s first publicly accessible art depot, has opened its doors to the public and is already an icon of the […]
28 March 2022

The 2022 Oscar winners

Each January, the entertainment community and film fans around the world turn their attention to the Academy Awards. Interest and anticipation build to a fevered pitch […]
28 March 2022

Braga’s Bom Jesus elevator celebrates its 140th anniversary

The Bom Jesus elevator in Braga celebrated 140 years of existence on March 25th. The elevator is the first of its kind on the Iberian Peninsula […]
25 March 2022

What is Nowruz and why is it celebrated?

Nowruz is an important holiday for many across the globe. Meaning ‘New Day’ in Farsi, Nowruz is the national New Year festivity celebrated in Iran and […]
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 […]
23 March 2022

Barack Obama to star in new Netflix nature documentary

During his time in office, former United Stated President Barack Obama protected more public land and water than any other US President, including 1.65 million acres […]
18 March 2022

Netflix to start charging users who share their account outside the household

In a statement from 16 March, Netflix Director of Product Innovation, Chengyi Long, announced the online streaming platform is testing a new policy of charging users […]
18 March 2022

What are the differences between the Ukrainian and Russian languages?

If you listen to them, both the Russian and Ukrainian languages sound somewhat similar. However, they have several differences. Ukrainian and Russian belong to the same […]
16 March 2022

‘Winter On Fire’: Free Netflix documentary on Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom

The war in Ukraine is still ongoing. Despite all the help through sanctions and restrictions, Russia, or rather Putin, refuses to end his invasion. In the […]
16 March 2022

Oliver Stone’s 2016 Ukraine on Fire defies mainstream narrative on Russia-Ukraine war

Ukraine on Fire presents a likely controversial overview of Ukraine’s political history leading up to the 2014 protests in Euromaidan and shedding light on today’s military […]
16 March 2022

Top 5 most popular St. Patrick’s Day traditions

Saint Patrick, considered the patron saint of Ireland, was born in Banna Venta Berniae, a town in Roman Britain, sometime in the late 300s AD. His […]
15 March 2022

‘We Are ONE’ concert in Bucharest raised almost 1 million euros for Ukrainian refugees

Ever since the start of the war in Ukraine, Romanians opened their arms to refugees fleeing their country. From the very beginning, people waited right past […]
15 March 2022

Chicago celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with a green river full of joy

On Saturday March 12th, the city of Chicago dyed its river green to celebrate a few days ahead of St. Patrick’s Day (March 17th). It is […]
14 March 2022

12 Cultural activities in Brussels starting this spring

The end of winter is around the corner. Finally. What to do, what to see after two years of limited exposure to art and culture? The […]
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