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The head publisher
The head publisher of the website of the City of Brussels is Freddy Thielemans, Mayor.
Office of the Mayor
Tel. : 02 279 50 10
Fax : 02 279 50 21
The concept and the realization of the website
The website www.brussels.be was conceived by GIAL which proposed the principles on which it is based, its structure, its graphics and which develops the site. The project was followed by a committee set up by the College.
The management of the website
The hosting, the technical maintenance, the feeding of the site as well as the updates are assured by GIAL.
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Tel. : 02 229 54 00
Fax : 02 229 54 54
Opening hours : from Monday till Friday from 8 am till 5 pm
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For other use of texts, it is advisable to contact the head publisher or his delegate.
The site www.bruxelles.be proposes links towards other sites. These sites, the addresses of which are regularly verified, are not part of the site of the City of Brussels. The unit responsible for the website of the City of Brussels has no control of their content and the City declines any responsibility as for the information which is presented there.
This site can be connected to other sites by means of hypertext links without our knowing. The City of Brussels also declines any responsibility for the information presented on these other sites.
The personal data on the website result from the voluntary communication of an e-mail address during the deposit of an electronic message. The addresses collected in this way only serve for supplying the wanted information. These e-mail addresses are not treated by the City of Brussels, nor transferred to others.
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The reproduction of photos and illustrations is forbidden without prior authorization.
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The translations towards Dutch are assured by the administrative departments of the City of Brussels or by an outside translation service.
For English, the website of the City of Brussels has an IT software that assists in the translation.
For any problem of understanding texts, it is advisable to refer to the statutory texts, such as voted by the city council.
Brussels in flowers 2013: inscriptions
Every summer, the City of Brussels organizes 'Brussels in flowers'. This is a competition to incite private individuals to decorate their facade or small garden in front of the house with flowers. The purpose is to embellish the City.