The borders have been closed since mid-March, as have the museums... But some works have remained accessible so they could be enjoyed by art lovers.
A pedestrian tunnel was excavated over 31 metres deep below the Scheldt between 28 June 1931 and 14 August 1933 to connect both banks of the Scheldt in Antwerp.
In their heyday they were a place of great devotion, modesty, not to mention material activity.
Flanders played an important role in Western European art between the 15th and the 17th centuries.
Google has paid tribute to a 17th century Belgian artist who dared to break down the barriers. She painted magnificent works without having had access to academic training.
It is not every day that the New York Times talks about a Belgian artist. The US daily included Angèle on its list of European talent to watch.