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Brussels 30 km/h zone since 1 January 2021

Brussels is a 30 km/h zone since 1 January 2021. You may drive at a maximum speed of 30 km/h on all roads in the Brussels Capital Region, with the exception of the major axes where the speed limit remains 50 or 70 km/h.

Application '14-18: occupied Brussels'

The app '14-18: occupied Brussels' offers an interactive tour of the centre of Brussels on the theme of the German occupation during the First World War. The app is only available in French and Dutch.

New 'Crocodiles' comic book wall

The comic strip wall of the Crocodiles by Juliette Boutant and Thomas Mathieu is located on the facade of a building of the Gatti de Gamond Atheneum (intersection Rue du Canon and Rue aux Choux). With this wall, the authors and the City join forces in the fight against intimidation and sexism.

Yasmina comic book wall in Haren

A double mural by Yasmina on two walls at the Rue de Verdun in Haren was inaugurated. The comic book wall emphasizes the rural character of this quarter of Brussels. Together with the existing comic book wall of Petit Poilu, the comic book route thus comes to Haren as well.

Mural in honor of healthcare workers

The mural Mutual Aid by the 7e Gauche collective joins the Street Art Trail of the City of Brussels. It is painted on the wall of a building of the Public Welfare Centre (CPAS-OCMW) of the City of Brussels, directly visible from the Rue Haute, near the Saint-Peter's Hospital.