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Street art wall commemorates Rwandan genocide

Street art wall commemorates Rwandan genocide

To mark the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, a fresco by Bruce Clarke and his project Upright Men (Les Hommes Debout) appeared on the wall at the intersection of the Rue du Meiboom and the Rue de l'Ommegang. This mural art painting of an Upright Man is now part of the Street Art Trail of the City of Brussels.

Be courteous at the counter!

Be courteous at the counter!

The City of Brussels is there for the citizens and does its best to welcome them in the best conditions and to answer their questions. A poster campaign at the Administrative Centre actually thanks citizens for their patience and courtesy at the counters!

New book about sewers of Brussels

New book about sewers of Brussels

The book Les entrailles de la ville: le charme discret des égouts bruxellois is the new publication of the Historia Bruxellae collection of the Museums of the City of Brussels. Discover how the history of the Senne and the sewers are intimately linked and why they still play a role in the water management of the city today.

Make children in hospitals smile again

Make children in hospitals smile again

Since 1988, the 'Les Messagers du Coeur' association has been committed to making the lives of children in the hospital much more pleasant. Volunteers and gifts are always welcome.

Rules for foot paths covered with snow and frost

Rules for foot paths covered with snow and frost

For walkways covered with snow, special police regulations apply. How should sidewalks be cleared in Brussels? And who is responsible for this?

Campaign. Do not feed the waste monster!

Campaign. Do not feed the waste monster!

A 5th class of the Institut De Mot-Couvreur school made a video to make people aware of the amount of waste thrown on the ground. Watch the video below!

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