Belgian literature is extremely broad and it would be rather simplistic to honour just one author, as the fields are so varied.
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.
Monkey on the Run by the 49-year-old illustrator and author Leo Timmers from Houthalen-Helchteren has been proclaimed one of the ten best illustrated books of 2019 by The New York Times.
The MigratieMuseumMigration, Belgium's first museum dedicated exclusively to migration, has opened in the municipality of Molenbeek.