Tag: Brussels

Visiting the smallest town in the world – Durbuy, Belgium

DURBUY, BELGIUM: Arguably, Durbuy is (or at least once was) known to be the smallest town in the world (or may be just Europe). Situated by River Oarthe, this village of Province de Luxembourg is a charming French-speaking part of Belgium (Wallonia) with many hidden… Continue Reading “Visiting the smallest town in the world – Durbuy, Belgium”

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Some chocolate facts

My uncle-in-law from Chicago, Illinois is here in Belgium now. He is not a novice when it comes to Europe. He lived in The Netherlands for couple years and he toured all over Europe due to his work purpose for the past few decades.… Continue Reading “Some chocolate facts”

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Wallon capital of Belgium – Namur

NAMUR, BELGIUM: Namur, Namen in Flemish, is the capital of the Province of Namur and Wallonia region which is the French-speaking part of Belgium. Located by River Meuse (Mass), the city has its own heritage and unique look. This charming city can be a great… Continue Reading “Wallon capital of Belgium – Namur”

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Geometry

Here are two pictures for the Weekly Photo Challenge – Geometry. I took this first picture in Basel, Switzerland. This is Basel Theater located right beside a beautiful neo-Gothic church, Elisabethkirchen.   Second picture is our very own St. Gudule & St. Michel Cathedral in the… Continue Reading “Weekly Photo Challenge – Geometry”

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Brussels revisited in Black & White

Everytime I go to Brussels city center, it feels like I am going there for the first time. I look at those guild houses in Grand Place like I have never seen those before. Whenever we have guests from U.S.A or other places, I get… Continue Reading “Brussels revisited in Black & White”

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