Brussels Explained

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Curieus, deBuren and The Bulletin
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How did the Grote Markt become a pedestrian zone? Why are there so many foxes in Brussels?
With Karen McHugh and Olivier Beck.

deBuren, Curieus and The Bulletin joined hands with journalist Selma Franssen to organize an English edition of 'Moeilijke Dingen Makkelijk Uitgelegd' with a focus on Brussels. Brussels Explained is an eye-opening and interactive evening in English that aims to help us better understand the city in which we live. Five experts will deliver a 10-minute presentation on a different aspect of city life - followed by a short talk with journalist Selma Franssen and plenty of opportunity for questions and answers.

During this edition journalist Karen McHugh will describe how the Grote Markt / Grand Place became a pedestrian zone. Olivier Beck (Leefmilieu Brussel) will talk about the secret life of foxes in Brussels.

Do you have a question for Karen McHugh or Olivier Beck? Pose your question in advance via or live on Facebook chat.
deBuren, Curieus en The Bulletin organiseren samen met journalist Selma Franssen een Engelse editie van 'Moeilijke Dingen Makkelijk Uitgelegd', met een focus op Brussel. Tijdens deze editie legt journalist Karen McHugh uit hoe de Grote Markt in Brussels een voetgangerszone is geworden en bioloog Olivier Beck vertelt over het geheime leven van stadsvossen in Brussel.

Free of charge, on Facebook Live via deBuren, Curieus, The Bulletin and Moeilijke Dingen Makkelijk Uitgelegd. For those people who don´t use social media: check our podcast Moeilijke Dingen Makkelijk Uitgelegd and listen to the explainers of Brussels Explained (via Spotify, Apple Podcast or Soundcloud).