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.

4 May 2023

Venice has just welcomed a brand-new photography museum

Venice is one of those destinations that keeps surprising you. Even if you’ve been to the city of doges many times before, you’ll keep on stumbling […]
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. […]
2 May 2023

Kazakhstan asserts key role of ethnic groups amid global turbulence

On April 27th, the President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev addressed the plenary session of the Assembly of People of Kazakhstan (APK) saying that the Assembly implements […]
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

Marseille’s Museum of Contemporary Art reopens after 4 years of works

Four years may seem like a long time but when you’re renovating a museum, everything is relative. Even though initially the plan was to only adapt the […]
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

Not-so-distant memories of trench warfare

As Australians and New Zealanders mark the solemn ANZAC Day1 tradition on 25 April, Christian Nielsen explores the trenches of WWI through the prism of war […]
25 April 2023

Who are the Sámi?

The Sámi people are the indigenous people of the northern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula. They live in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russia. There is no […]
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

Ancient necropolis uncovered underneath busy Paris train station

On the occasion of the creation of a new exit for the “Port Royal” train station in Paris, a preventive archaeological excavation was prescribed by the […]
24 April 2023

10 facts to know about Portugal’s Carnation Revolution

April 25: A Revolution ornamented with carnations started with music The carnation revolution that took place on April 25 1974 impressed the world because violence was […]
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 […]
21 April 2023

9th edition of the Best of Portugal returns to Brussels on 17-18 June

The 9th edition of the Best of Portugal will take place at the Cinquentenaire Park in Brussels on the 17th and 18th of June. Organized by […]
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 […]