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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. Beursschouwburg

    Lower Town | Film

    Located in a former brewery, this local music institution is one of the city's biggest pop and rock venues. It also hosts exhibitions, film...Read More

  • 2. Recyclart

    Film

    Located in a graffiti-scrawled, abandoned train station, this is Brussels's edgiest multidiscipline arts center. Electro, dub-step, and experimental...Read More

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