Belgium Economy

Belgium Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data GDP growth in 2021 reached 6.2%. For 2022, its growth is expected to decrease as a result of increased energy prices and other impacts of Russia’s war against Ukraine and high inflation. Belgium received EUR billion from EU funds (Recovery […]

Belgium Visa

Belgium Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

Embassy in Belgium Belgium, Embassy in Moscow The Embassy of Belgium in Moscow is located at 121069 Moscow, Malaya Molchanovka street, 7 Phones: (495) 780-03-31, (495) 780-03-41 (visa); Faxes: (495) 780-03-42 (visa), (495) 780-03-32 Addresses of visa centers in Belgium: In Moscow: 127030, Struggle Square, 15/1. In St. Petersburg: 191028, Gagarinskaya street, 34. Belgium, embassy […]

History in Belgium

History in Belgium

The history of Belgium as an independent state has less than two centuries – it appeared on the map of Europe only in 1831. However, the territory on which the country is located has been known and inhabited since ancient times – back in 57 BC, Julius Caesar, having annexed it to the Roman Empire, […]

Belgium Resorts

Belgium Resorts and Attractions

Belgium is a state in Northwestern Europe. Common borders – with the Netherlands in the north, with Germany in the east, with Luxembourg in the southeast, with France in the south and west. According to smb, the name Belgium comes from the name of the tribe “Belgians” who lived here at the beginning of our […]

Belgium after World War II

Belgium after World War II

History. – The political malaise in Belgium, expressed by the contrasts of economic and scholastic direction between the two major parties, Christian-Social and Socialist, although united in a governmental coalition of necessity, worsened in 1949 following the re-emergence of the real question. Considering that the reasons that had temporarily excluded him from the throne had […]

Belgium and the Netherlands

Belgium and the Netherlands

The Belgian state arose in 1830 following the revolt of the southern provinces, mostly Catholic, of the ephemeral unitary kingdom of the Netherlands, which broke out just over a month after the Parisian July Revolution. That kingdom had been created in 1815 and entrusted to William I of Orange-Nassau, son of the last state-holder of […]

Belgium Roman archaeology

Belgium Archaeology

A prehistoric archaeology. – The excavations of the last decades have shown, for the oldest stone age in Belgica, the almost absence of tools of the Chellean, Acheulean and Solutrean types, while elements for the Mesvinian, the Mousterian and the Aurignacian were found in Omal, Lommel , Zonhoven, Zolder and Fond-Robert. From the Mesolithic, various […]

Belgium Berlaymont complex

Belgium Archaeology and Architecture

Archaeology. – Archaeological research in Belgium has shown, in recent years, a shift of interest from the military-defensive aspects of the civilian, indigenous or immigrant populations. Recent excavations in Amiens (Samarobriva), Boulogne (Gesoriacum), Bavary (Bagacum) have given remarkable results, clarifying the formative characteristics and development of Gallo-Roman cities and outlining the dominant factors of urbanization: […]

Belgium Dantesque Encyclopedia

Belgium Dantesque Encyclopedia

Since the Renaissance age, musicians and painters came from Belgium to Italy to learn or perfect their craft: many of them took up permanent residence there. Some, having known the work of D., found the inspiration for their own production there. Albert Counson recalls that the musicians Josquin des Prés (1490-1521) and Adrien Willaert (? […]

Belgium Politics

Belgium Politics and Demography

Belgium. Northwestern European country, one of the founding members of the European Union whose main institutions are hosted here, as well as many other international organizations such as NATO. Belgium covers an area of 30,528 square kilometers with an estimated population of 10,444,268 residents as of July 2013. Brussels is the capital city of Belgium according to itypejob. Etymology The […]

GHENT

Ghent Travel Guide

Hundreds of years old buildings, incredibly well preserved, take a tourist coming to Ghent, Belgium, far into the Middle Ages. Flemish Belgium Located in the Flemish-speaking north of Belgium, Ghent is a charming city of just over 200,000 inhabitants. Medieval buildings, streets steeped in history and a relaxed atmosphere take a traveler to another world […]