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25 Oct

Winterglow in Bruges

From 22 November until 5 January you will discover why the World Heritage Site of Bruges is the top destination during the winter months. Around Christmas and new year, the new winter festival “Winter Glow” takes place, giving you a lot of opportunities to enjoy the warmth and lights of the city. There will be two light and experience walks, offering plenty of surprises as you pass light installations along the way. There will also be an artificial skating rink on the lake in Minnewaterpark, with a winter bar offering heart-warming drinks. And don’t forget the Christmas and winter market with its many chalets, a great place to pick up some original gifts. Large, beautifully decorated Christmas trees can be...
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25 Oct

Come and sample Beethoven, Bach and Bruges for free

This is a veritable feast of classical music. “A feast of classical music-Iedereen Klassiek” bathes everyone or everything in a joyful classical-music bath. Together with broadcast company Klara and many Bruges-based partners, the Cityhall is putting together a lavish celebration, with offshoots all over the inner city. As always, we warm up with Crazy about Bach and close with the wonderful Brussels Philharmonic performing some well-known classics. Invite your family and friends to this free event, so that they too can discover the power and beauty of Bach, Beethoven, and Bruges. Come and hear the music of Bach, Beethoven, Grieg, and others for free at the Classical for Everyone music festival #Iedereenklassiek, #orchestral Bruges, # vocal Bruges, # chamber music...
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6 Oct

Groeningemuseum in Bruges

Six centuries of Belgian visual arts in one location, with work by Flemish Primitives such as Jan van Eyck, Hans Memling, and Gerard David, neo-classicism by Joseph Odevaere and Joseph Ducq, Flemish expressionism, and 20th-century modern art by René Magritte, Roger Raveel, Raoul De Keyser Flemish primitives In Groeningemuseum you will find paintings by Jan van Eyck, Hans Memling, Hugo van der Goes, Gerard David, Hieronymus Bosch, Ambrosius Benson, Lancelot Blondeel, father Pourbus, and his sons and their contemporaries. They were masters who came from the Low Countries and often worked in Bruges and completed assignments there in the late 15th and early 16th centuries. Several of those paintings are regarded as milestones in the history of European art. A...
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