In the Middle Ages, roads were unsafe and of poor quality.
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After the wolf, is it now the lynx's turn to return to Belgium? After all, this protected species has not been present in our regions for hundreds of years.
Wine in Belgium has always been a tale of highs and lows, from ancient times through the Middle Ages right up to the modern day. But now, the prospect of sustained success seems to be beckoning.
Since 1 September, it has been possible to discover the whole of Belgium without leaving the capital.
Brussels is a greener city than you might think. The capital of Europe has more than 8,000 hectares of green spaces: parks, woods, the Sonian Forest, cemeteries, sports grounds, etc.