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Thanks to a generous donation made to the King Baudouin Foundation, the Royal Belgian Institute for Natural Sciences in Brussels, has now welcomed the skeleton of a woolly rhinoceros dating from the Ice Age. It is a rare specimen that is also in a remarkable state of conservation.

Let yourself be guided through the mysterious universe of Comès by the curators of the exhibition, Thierry Bellefroid and Éric Dubois. An ideal virtual journey in preparation for the re-opening of the exhibition Comès. D’Ombre et de Silence.

The King Baudouin Foundation US enables the donation of a painting by Hans Memling. The portrait of Francisco de Rojas is returning to the city of Bruges, where it was painted. The painting dating from the 15th century will be kept at St. John’s Hospital (the Memling Museum).

This autumn, Le Portrait de Marguerite by Fernand Khnopff and La Sphinge by Félicien Rops can be (re-)discovered at Berlin’s Alte Nationalgalerie. The German capital is celebrating Belgian Symbolism until 17 January 2021.

As of Wednesday 26 August, you can discover the secrets of the Leuven Chansonnier in a brand new documentary produced by the Alamire Foundation together with AMUZ.