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  • The oblat Woods of Grivegné (Liège)

    It's while walking in Liège that you discover its beautiful hidden corners... Walking in Outremeuse (signposted) you see a hill and fell like climbing it... Towards Grivegné until St Lambert church. By the side of this church, a open gate, and behind, a wood in the...

    0 by Olivia, 4 months ago
  • Liège

    With the festive season approaching, we say 'goodbye' to the Liege Fair and 'hello' to the Christmas market. The Liege Christmas market is more precisely a Christmas village. It is divided into several sections since there is a Christmas market on the cathedral's...

    0 by Michael, 9 months ago
  • Parc de la Boverie

    If you're bored to tears on a Sunday afternoon and the sun's shining (hello every Sunday in summer... ) then I suggest that you take a visit to Parc de la Boverie. There, you can enjoy a picnic on the grass, geared up in your summer clothes (yes, us Belgians see the...

    0 by Hannah, 2 years ago
  • Gare de Liège-Guillemins

    The structure of the main railway station of Liege-Guillemins was designed by Santiago Calatrava, the famous spanish architect from Valencia (all Spanish Erasmus students in Liege mention that the architect of the train station is from Spain every time you talk to...

    0 by Barbara, 3 years ago
  • Belgium

    So last week I went with my friend, Giorgiana to visit another good friend, Laura, in Belgium. Laura is studying there for half a year, just like us in Poland, so we thought that this would be a good opportunity to see another country and, of course, our lovely friend...

    0 by Dănilă, 5 years ago

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