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{Belgium} Tintin & Co.

May 25, 2016


100 Museums Challenge: Museum No.67 You’d think that after walking 20km in one day and visiting over a dozen museums, I’d want to take a little break, but in fact I decided to add on a couple of extra days to my Brussels trip to visit a few more museums. But this time at a much slower speed. Top of my list was the Hergé Museum – dedicated to Belgian cartoonist Hergé (1907 – 1983), creator of the series of comic albums The Adventures of Tintin, amongst […]

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{Belgium} Museum Marathon Brussels

May 23, 2016


100 Museums Challenge: Museums No.53 – 66 1 day, 17 museums, around 20km and over 25,000 steps! That is how I chose to spend International Museum Day (18th May) last week. Sounds crazy? Well, maybe it was a little. But it was also heaps of fun. Two years ago, I organised a Museum Marathon around Berlin, rising to the challenge of London, who had held the inaugural Museum Marathon the year before in 2013. Since then, the question on every museogeek’s lips has been, where […]

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