Category Archives: Observing Brussels

La Tierra de Nunca Jamás (1)

Art work by Enrique Cropper Abrió los ojos y levantó la cabeza de la almohada. No sabía por qué se había despertado pero estaba segura de que el despertador no había sonado. La luz de la calle se filtraba a … Continue reading

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La barbacoa

Photo by Gabriela Cropper La escarcha brillaba sobre las baldosas de la rue Neuve y reflejaba los destellos de los miles de bombillas encendidas que adornaban fachadas y escaparates. Tenía que andar despacio para no resbalar, pero no le importaba, … Continue reading

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Brussel’s Little Contradictions

“What I like möst about the Breeteesh” said my colleague as we all got in the lift to go for morning coffee, “is ze wonderful sense of humour.” The lift doors opened and the five of us made our way … Continue reading

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Writingbrussels in 2018

Brussels is a city where you can find different types of humor; people thus learn to understand the subtility of being English, Czech, or Spanish. Or even Belgian, for that matter 🙂 We walk through Brussels as if roaming through … Continue reading

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An apartment of Babylon: How a cosy apartment can be transformed into a temple to celebrate European unity – Meet Writingbrussels

Originally posted on PEP:
There are six of them. Eva, Gaëlle, Mark, Yves, Veronika, Katarina. These artists from many different nationalities have joined hands to support each other’s creative output. Standing at the cradle of the artistic collective there was…

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