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Although the presence of both French and Flemish drives a wedge or two through the capital's cultural landscape, it also delivers some advantages. Both Flemish- and French-language authorities inject funds into the arts scene; one notable combined effort is the annual KunstenFESTIVALdesArts (www.kfda.be), a contemporary arts festival held in May. A glance at the "What's On" section of weekly English-language news magazine the Bulletin reveals the breadth of the offerings in all categories of cultural life.

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  • 1. BOZAR: Centre for Fine Arts

    Upper Town

    This is the city's principal venue for classical music concerts and dance theater. Originally the first multipurpose arts complex in Europe, it was designed by...Read More

  • 2. Cirque Royale

    Lower Town

    A major concert hall that has pop acts, theater, comedy, ballet, and just about anything else you can imagine. The building dates from 1878, and...Read More

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