<a href="http://www.champdaction.be/">Champ d’action</a> is a production house for new music, sound art and multidisciplinary music projects.<br />
It’s unique and innovative,creative and critical,experimental and stimulating. Their productions are always interesting discoveries.
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This museum tells the story of a city, from respectable bourgeois chamberconcerts to dancing tents and café-chantants.
In many cities, October offers some welcome respite between summer and wintertime. Not so in Antwerp, where numerous top events are planned the first weekend of October. Ready to enjoy the busiest weekend of the year? Why not be inspired by the exciting programme and book your stay in Antwerp at the same time? After all, you’ll need more than one day to take it all in.
Lambermontmartre is an original opportunity for art lovers and Sunday strollers to view, select and acquire art in open-air in a cosy Montmartre-like atmosphere. More than one hundred artists (painters, photographers, graphic designers, sculptors) will exhibit their work.
Centrally on the Antwerp Meir you can find a genuine palace. The originally 18th century building used to be a thingummy of important rulers such as Napoleon Bonaparte, Willem I of the Netherlands and the Belgian Royal House. Nowadays one can enjoy a luxurious lunch and stylish pralines. Complete your visit of Antwerp and discover the Palace in Meir.
Those who want to discover medieval Antwerp must dare to look beyond façades and buildings.Traces of the earliest city by the river mainly reveal themselves to alert detectives – look at street names and city maps.
Twenty-first century Antwerp is in full swing architecturally.Urban regeneration, construction projects and developments… Antwerp is undergoing a dynamic metamorphosis.A look at Antwerp, Construction Site of the Century.
Visit The Ruien, a truly unique attraction, and walk through Antwerp's former canals and sewers. During this adventurous and astonishing underground walk you'll discover some of Antwerp's exciting and rich history.
On Monday 8 June 2015, at the MAS, the interactive art initiative 'The Antwerp Whisperer' was unveiled: a monumental combination of 5 larger than life sculptures that are mounted on the roof and against the facade of a renovated warehouse at Godefriduskaai and Willemdok next to the MAS. The Whisperer - the sculpture erected on the roof of the warehouse - whispers personal and general messages that are received by the sculpture positioned near the dock. The sculptures are the brainchildren of Belgian Campine artist Daisy Boman, who is well-known in the art world thanks to her universal Bo-men. This unique, interactive project connects the business community, technology and cultural world, and contributes to the local and international character of the “Eilandje” and Antwerp city in general.
Antwerp’s latest architectural jewel is the Port House. This funky and innovative building, with roots in the past, is the new headquarters of the Antwerp Port Authority that accommodates over 500 employees. You can also plan a guided tour of the building and enjoy the panoramic view over the port and the city.
Schoonselhof Cemetery is the last resting place of several famous Belgians and Antwerpers. But many people don’t realise that it is only a beautiful park with shadowy lanes where you enjoy a lovely stroll. Enjoy the magnificent trees, the stunning monuments and the many birds including woodpeckers, geese and herons. The park cemetery was inspired by Friedhof Ohlsdorf in Hamburg and is also often called Antwerp’s Père Lachaise.
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