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lighthousesoftheworld · 2 days ago
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Lange Nelle Lighthouse, Ostend, Flanders, Belgium - Author Marc Ryckaert (MJJR) - License CC BY 3.0
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livesunique · 2 days ago
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Jemeppe Castle, Marche-en-Famenne, province of Luxembourg, Wallonia, Belgium,
@ Steffen Rittmeier
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more-relics · 2 days ago
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Rick Wright & Roger Waters  Pink Floyd, Actuel Festival Kluisbergbos, Amougies Belgium, October 25 1969. Photo by Jean-Pierre Leloir.
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royalchildreneurope · 2 days ago
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Crown Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, Duchess of Brabant, poses for an official portrait to celebrate her 20th birthday at Oxford's University Lincoln College in Oxford, England -October 25th 2021.
📷 : Bas Bogaerts/Belgian Royal Palace.
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infected · 2 months ago
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The Town Hall of Leuven, Belgium, photo by s1amsi
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professionalfobtrash · 3 months ago
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something about rain in Germany, The Netherlands and Belgium you say?
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A flooded street in Verviers, Belgium (photo: Belga)
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Residents of Valkenburg, Netherlands, assessing the damage done to their houses (photo: Marcel van den Bergh)
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A battered ship at the Maas river in Luik, Belgium (photo: AFP)
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An army vehicle removes debris in Aachen, (North Rhine-Westphalia) Germany (photo: DPA)
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Damage in Schuld, (Rhineland-Pfalz) Germany, where the Ahr river flooded (photo: EPA)
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A woman swims through a flooded street in Luik, Belgium, where the Maas river flooded (photo: Reuters)
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Two men in Bad Neuenahr, (Rhineland-Pfalz) Germany, attempt to rescue what they can (photo: AFP)
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The running water stacked cars on a roundabout in Verviers, Belgium (photo: AFP)
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An auto mechanic in Mechelen, Netherlands, watching the water run into his garage (photo: Marcel van den Bergh)
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rosesau · a year ago
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On June the 14th the constitutional court in Belgium stated that prohibition of wearing religious signs in an establishment of higher education does not constitute a violation of freedom of religion nor a violation of the right to human dignity which includes the right to education. This declaration meant that Hijab-wearing women don’t have the right to get higher education. Some will, unfortunately, give up on their dreams and some will be forced to remove the hijab to get an education. “I was in a school establishment where wearing a hijab was forbidden. Therefore, every morning, when I go to school, I had to take it off and put it in my bag. I had the feeling that I was enduring microaggressions from a system that was supposed to protect me”. #HijabisFightBack was a way to protest this discrimination. ✊🏽 The right to education should not be negotiable. (source)
A gentle reminder to all that the first university the world ever saw was founded by a Muslim woman. Today, we have to beg to be able to wear a hijab and get an education at the same time — both of which are fundamental rights that our women are being stripped of. 
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a-rake-yin · 5 months ago
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The vibes from the first semi-final:
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youfitinmyspookypoem · a year ago
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i haven’t really seen anyone on here talk about this so i thought i’d share cause this is absolutely upsetting and scary and we need to do something about it!!!!
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veiligplekje · 8 months ago
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Het Verdronken Land van Saeftinghe, the Netherlands
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ohmyeyesmyeyes · a month ago
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My favourite thing from today: Sebastian Vettel wandering off without telling Aston Martin and being found through the Haas Twitter account playing football in an empty garage with Mick Schumacher and some engineers
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itsyveinthesky · 3 months ago
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People need to realise this was no normal “flooding”.
The people living in the areas affects, in Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany, they are all used to high water and occasional floodings when the big rivers rund at a high tide, like the Rhine, the Mose,the Maas etc. This water came pouring from the sky suddenly turned over millions of bathtubs, it rained as much in half an hour as it normally does in half a year.
In North Rhine-Westphalia, around 200 litres of rain fell per square metre last week.
The problem was the small creeks and streams that usually are maybe 1m wide or atm totally dried out because of the heatwaves and droughts in the last years. Those streams grew to 100 times there size in many parts within minutes, breaking out of the river beds and flooding everything in their paths at night.
The other problem was that most of the dams and water reservoirs held a lot of water because everyone was anticipating another bad drought, so lots of water was saved up from this summer. When the torrential rains hit the dams were close to breaking point and it some cases did break.
This is climate change in action.
The disaster has not ended but only moved on to South and East Germany, Switzerland and Austria now.
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o-kurwa · 3 months ago
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before-life · 11 months ago
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Brussels, Belgium by Javi Muniain
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