Category Archive: Belgium

Mons, Belgium

Mons is a francophone city in Belgium. It was lovely to visit, not just because of the main sights, but also because it was Sunday morning and the streets were empty and almost… Continue reading

Namur, Belgium

This weekend I’ve visited Namur, a francophone Belgian city. It was sunny in the morning, but shortly after the typical Belgian clouds covered the sky. I don’t like to shoot in this kind… Continue reading

Waterloo Battlefields, Belgium

On June 18, 1815 took place on of the greatest battles in Europe – the Battle of Waterloo where the French army (led by Napoleon) was defeated by the army of the Seven… Continue reading

Palace of Justice in Brussels, Belgium

In the hallway of the Palace of Justice in Brussels I had the same overwhelming feeling I had in St. Peter Basilica in Vatican. It can be impressive with its size and architecture.… Continue reading

Petit Sablon Garden in Brussels, Belgium

This lovely, little garden in Brussels is at few minutes walk from the Palace of Justice, across Notre-Dame Church in Sablon Place. Tulips and leafy trees / Lalele si pomi inverziti primavara in… Continue reading

Spring came sooner this year – Brussels

(This post is dedicated to my mother) Under the sunshine Brussels is a beautiful city. Compared to last year’s winter when it snowed until the end of March, this winter in Brussels was… Continue reading

Bouillon, Belgium

Bouillon is a touristic francophone city in Belgium, situated at the border with France and which dates back in the 10-11th century. Bouillon is crossed by the Semois river and can be admired… Continue reading

Durbuy, Belgium

Durbuy is a francophone Belgian city,  considered to be “the smallest town in the world” (title given in the 14th century, which nowadays is not justified anymore, because Durbuy’s population grew and today… Continue reading

9 Brussels essentials

1. An Umbrella Summer or winter, you don’t know when it rains on you. Belgium is known for its capricious, rainy weather, so it might be a good idea to have an umbrella… Continue reading

Evening around Flagey in Brussels

Ixelles is one of the 19 neighborhoods (communes) in Brussels. Place Flagey and the Ixelles Ponds are the most famous parts of Ixelles . Following are photos made during this clear winter evening.… Continue reading

Lost in fog. Cinquantenaire Park in Brussels, Belgium

It’s been a very dense fog a couple of nights ago in Brussels. The shooting took place in Cinquantenaire Park (I really have to mention the location otherwise you’ll never guess where it… Continue reading

Hasselt, Belgium

Hasselt is a small city in the Flemish region of Belgium, with a population of around 71500 inhabitants. It’s a city taken out from a fairy-tale and the big St. Quentin’s Cathedral is lit… Continue reading