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Interesting to visit the Folon Foundation in Monaco. You will not only discover paintings, sculptures, pictures but it will be a deep dive into the intimate working space of the artist... the colors, pencils, brushes.... worthwhile to visit!

Interesting to visit the Folon Foundation in Monaco. You will not only discover paintings, sculptures, pictures but it will be a deep dive into the intimate working space of the artist... the colors, pencils, brushes.... worthwhile to visit!

nternational Mountain Day is a chance to reflect upon the plight of mountain peoples, among the hungriest of the world, and the role that mountains play in the sustainable development of our planet. The theme of this year’s IMD celebration, "Mountains under Pressure: climate, hunger, migration", aims to raise awareness about how the effects of climate change will impact food security and migration patterns in mountains.

nternational Mountain Day is a chance to reflect upon the plight of mountain peoples, among the hungriest of the world, and the role that mountains play in the sustainable development of our planet. The theme of this year’s IMD celebration, "Mountains under Pressure: climate, hunger, migration", aims to raise awareness about how the effects of climate change will impact food security and migration patterns in mountains.

The Grimaldi ascent began one night in 1297, when Francois Grimaldi seized the fortress of Monaco from a rival Italian faction. Disguised as a monk, he successfully led a small army into the fortress reclaiming it in the name of the Pope. The legacy of his daring victory is recorded on Monaco's coat of arms, which bears two monks brandishing swords.

The Grimaldi ascent began one night in 1297, when Francois Grimaldi seized the fortress of Monaco from a rival Italian faction. Disguised as a monk, he successfully led a small army into the fortress reclaiming it in the name of the Pope. The legacy of his daring victory is recorded on Monaco's coat of arms, which bears two monks brandishing swords.

Stoke your spirit: four powerful mantras to start your day right.

Stoke your spirit: four powerful mantras to start your day right.

Antwerp is considered to be one of the most original and extravagant example of art nouveau, this is a work of art by architect Frans Smet-Verhas in 1901.

Antwerp is considered to be one of the most original and extravagant example of art nouveau, this is a work of art by architect Frans Smet-Verhas in 1901.

roasted brusselles sprouts

Roasted Brussels Sprouts - These might be my favorite brussel sprouts. I tossed them in some bacon fat before roasting. I really liked the honey balsamic flavor.

one of the most beautiful examples of Gothic architecture is the town hall of Brussels with his Tour Inimitable.

City Hall, Brussels, Belgium If Yes -click Tried, and comment if it is Worth It. Save this pin to your Destination List !

Paul Hankar was a Belgian architect and designer among the main representatives of Art Nouveau. This is one of his wrought ironwork, was made for the Niguet Shirt in 1899, today this place is a flower shop in Brusselles.

Art Nouveau store front in Brussels: Paul Ankar, I actually know this flower shop, it's not far from the Parc in central Brussels. The flowers are really nice as well - Daniel Ost is quite a famous florist.

Cuberdon is a cone-shaped Belgian candy. There are two hypotheses about its origins: Either a clergy member living in the city of Bruges created it - which would explain the term of "cleric's cap", another name for it. Or the Ghent pharmacist De Vynck in 1873 discovered the recipe of the cuberdon by chance. When the pharmacist examined a failed preparation after a few days, he found that it had formed a crust, while the core was still liquid.

Cuberdon is a cone-shaped Belgian candy. There are two hypotheses about its origins: Either a clergy member living in the city of Bruges created it - which would explain the term of "cleric's cap", another name for it. Or the Ghent pharmacist De Vynck in 1873 discovered the recipe of the cuberdon by chance. When the pharmacist examined a failed preparation after a few days, he found that it had formed a crust, while the core was still liquid.

Reflection of the Gravensteen Castle. It was built in 1180 by Count Philip of Alsace and was modeled after the crusaders castles that Philip of Alsace encountered while he participated in the second crusade. In 1885 the city of Ghent bought the castle and started a renovation project. The castle was restored initially in 1893. The newly built houses were removed and the walls and keep were restored to their original condition.

Reflection of the Gravensteen Castle. It was built in 1180 by Count Philip of Alsace and was modeled after the crusaders castles that Philip of Alsace encountered while he participated in the second crusade. In 1885 the city of Ghent bought the castle and started a renovation project. The castle was restored initially in 1893. The newly built houses were removed and the walls and keep were restored to their original condition.