Culture


28 September 2021

4th edition of Nuits sonores & European Lab Brussels to welcome visitors in October

Two years after an exciting and promising 2019 edition, and at the end of a long tunnel of cancellations, postponements, closures and impossibility for cultural events […]
28 September 2021

New Van Gogh drawing discovered in Amsterdam

The Van Gogh Museum has discovered a new work by Vincent van Gogh. “Study for ‘Worn Out”’ is a preliminary study for the 1882 drawing Worn […]
27 September 2021

5 TV Series and movies that boosted tourism

‘Film induced tourism’ refers to the visit of places where a particular movie or TV series was set.  This phenomenon is particularly advantageous for these places – […]
24 September 2021

Artivism: How artists make a difference

Activism can be expressed through different ways, and one of them is art. This concept has been named artivism, a portmanteau word combining art and activism. […]
23 September 2021

Violin-shaped boat sends signals of hope and revival to people in Venice

With an escort of gondolas and the music of Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, a gigantic violin surprised everyone in the city of Venice over the […]
23 September 2021

This European city will be World Capital of Architecture in 2026

In our quest for a more sustainable future, architecture plays a central role. Whatever we do, however we imagine the years to come, one thing’s for […]
22 September 2021

Meet the American who pranks Chinese people with perfect Mandarin

Arieh Smith, a.k.a. Xiaomanyc on social media, is a famous American Youtuber with over 4 million subscribers. He is famous for his amazing languages skills. He […]
21 September 2021

Korean Culture Days Festival to welcome visitors in Brussels

On September 24th and 25th, the Korean Cultural Center in Brussels will organize the Korean Culture Days, a two-day festival on Place de Brouckère, in downtown […]
21 September 2021

“Slow life. Radical Practices of the Everyday” A new exhibition at the Liszt Institute Brussels

The Liszt Institute Brussels opens the autumn cultural season with a group exhibition of contemporary artists from the Visegrad Four. Co-organized with the Ludwig Museum Budapest, […]
17 September 2021

A guide to the Mid-Autumn festival

The Mid-Autumn Festival – also called Moon Festival – is a traditional festival marking the end of the autumn harvest and observed in China, Taiwan, Korea, […]
16 September 2021

Ethiopia: The country where a year lasts 13 months has just celebrated its entry into 2014

In Ethiopia the new year starts on September 11th and not on January 1st. This is because Ethiopia uses the calendar of the Coptic Orthodox Church, […]
16 September 2021

Dubai to have world’s largest and tallest observation wheel

Are you ready for a breathtaking experience? Well, soon, on the 22th of October the Ain Dubai – World’s Largest Ferris Wheel will be open to […]
16 September 2021

Exhibitions in Europe we look forward to

With the autumn coming and the new season starting, we couldn’t wait to see which exhibitions we will have the chance to visit in Europe soon, […]
15 September 2021

China’s first Universal Studios theme park opens in Beijing this month

The official date for the opening of Universal Beijing Resort has been set: September 20th. Tickets have gone on Tuesday September 14th, and from the same […]
15 September 2021

The world’s first virtual reality tour of Machu Picchu to be available in October

A new virtual reality (VR) exhibit set to open at the Boca Raton Museum in October will immerse visitors in the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu, […]
15 September 2021

Wrapping of Arc de Triomphe pays tribute to Christo’s artwork

More than 25,000 square meters of canvas are to cover the Arc de Triomphe in Paris as a tribute to the late artist Christo Yavachev who […]
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