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Brussels Square opening

September 30th, 2009
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The opening of Brussels Square at the Mont des Arts was scheduled on September 20 at 20:09.
There was a display of music band, contemporary dance, philarmonic orchestra, kind of Ghostubster gang and of course fireworks!
Check out the gallery!

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Phony pics – Ketchup

September 11th, 2009
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Another pic in the streets of Brussels, I don’t think this needs a comment… Somehow reminds me Uma Thurman’s joke in Pulp Fiction…

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Phony pics – Above Brussels

September 7th, 2009
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At the corner of rue Terres Neuves downtown Brussels, near to my dealer’s shop, I mean photographic dealer, Photo Ali.

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Phony pics – Horta house

September 5th, 2009
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This is NOT an Horta house!
In Brussels we have a lot of Victor Horta houses and buildings, but also a lot of them Art Nouveau architectural style are not designed by Horta.

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Street art – Festival de Chassepierre

September 1st, 2009

Festival de Chassepierre
I went to the 35th edition of Chassepierre street art festival on Sunday 23 of August. Great sunny day! Chassepierre is a small village near Florenville, in the Gaume, South-East, near Luxemburg. There was so many things to see, about 237 artists and 30,000 people during the all week-end! It’s quite a well-known festival, normal for a 35th edition you might say!
I enjoyed most of the shows I’ve seen, and it was a challenge to see all I wanted to see without stressing and still enjoying the sunny day… At night, after a good pancake filled with cheese, egg, tomatos and ham, we discovered Sonny and his Wild Cows, a genuine rockabilly band better known in Hungary –their homeland– as “Mister Rythm ‘n Blues”, they rocked the place as hell, it was so fun!
You can visit the official site here, my pictures here and a tighter edit here.

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