The MigratieMuseumMigration, Belgium's first museum dedicated exclusively to migration, has opened in the municipality of Molenbeek.
A Belgian production has been nominated to win a prestigious Oscar this year. The last time this happened was in 2017.
The Washington Post newspaper described Brussels as "the epicentre of contemporary art" in Europe and gave an in-depth description of the capital's cultural life.
In Crete, a team of researchers led by Professor Jan Driessen, has discovered the 3,500-year-old intact tomb of a woman wearing a very rare necklace.
It was eagerly anticipated, the Brussels folklore procession held in July on the Grand-Place has now been recognised by UNESCO as intangible cultural heritage of humanity.
The city of Ghent is celebrating the artist Jan Van Eyck throughout 2020.