Rapper op Stap - HI Express 26
Arts & heritage
Flemish Masters come Van Eyck, Bruegel, Rubens set the world ablaze in their respective time periods. home of heritage, a canvas for street art.
Beaufort © Westtoer
Arts & heritage
In Flanders you don't have to choose between contemporary art and experience unspoilt nature. Flanders have them both.
Lommelse Sahara
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Royal Museum for Central Africa
Arts & heritage
Flanders is virtually synonymous with the arts. Centuries ago, Flemish masters: Bruegel, Van Eyck, Rubens started the ball rolling and are celebrated in museums
National Park Hoge Kempen - (c) Regionaal Landschap Kempen en Maasland vzw
12,000 hectares nature. From extensive pine forests to purple flowering heathland, from sandy dunes and large lakes to high peaks that give you a stunning view.
Rubens, Bruegel, Van Eyck, Ensor and the Mechelen city palace Hof van Busleyden welcome you. Flanders loves to share its rich cultural heritage.
The Ghent altarpiece
Arts & heritage
One of the world's greatest art treasures is secreted away in Ghent: the Adoration of the Mystic by the Van Eyck brothers, also known as the Ghent Altarpiece.
The Port house - Havenhuis ©Havenbedrijf Antwerpen - Peter Knoop
Arts & heritage
Churches and cathedrals, artistic masterpieces and our unparalleled beer culture... Flanders has plenty of treasures that are famous the world over.
Irène Juliot-Curie
Flanders Fields
Mary Sklodowska was born on the 7th November of 1867 in Warsaw (Poland). She was the youngest in a family of 5 children.
John Mc Crae
Flanders Fields
John McCrae was born on November 30th, 1872 in Guelph, Ontario, Canada as the son of Scottish immigrants.
Edith Cavell
Flanders Fields
The daughter of a vicar, Edith Cavell was born in Norfolk, England, in 1865. As a young woman she had a governess job in Brussels.