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The leading European foundations active in safeguarding our cultural heritage are presenting some of the major works from their collections. From May 24 to September 30, 2018 at the Art & History Museum, in Brussels.

An illustrated publication about the logbook kept by Léopold, Duke of Brabant, on his second voyage to Egypt.

The Marie Jeanne Dauchy Fund, recently set up within the King Baudouin Foundation, has just acquired an 18th century album of 86 drawings by the Brussels artist Richard van Orley, Les Avantures de Télémaque, a major work from the former Southern Netherlands.

The new Hof van Busleyden Museum has just opened. Restored thanks to support from the Baillet Latour Fund, the famous Walled gardens provide a fitting finale to the visit.

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