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Welcome

Korei browses behind the scenes of the present and the past, in the twilight zone between architecture, city development, literature, the way of thinking from the 18th century up to the present day. Looking, seeing and listening, for individuals or for all kinds of groups. You can discover the city by coach or on foot in a couple of hours, half a day or a full day. A made-to-measure programme for tours in foreign languages is possible on request.

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The Dansaert Phenomenon

The lower city used to be the beating heart of the economy. The quays and docks of the port of Brussels were abuzz with activity. This neighbourhood was organically entangled with alleys and worker’s quarters. The tide turned several times. Worker’s quarters became 19th century apartments, warehouses and factories, who in turn, also deteriorated eventually. At the present time, warehouses and factories provide a welcome new place for fashion, art and design galleries A guided…

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With the support of the Flemish Government and the Flemish Community Commission of the Brussels-Capital Region (GCR)