LGBT-Art in Brussels

Apart from the traditional street-art, there is also quite a lot of LGBT-related art in Brussels.

A side of a whole building.

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Wall-art.

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Street-Art in Brussels

Brussels is very loyal to anything, so there is also a lot of street art there.

There are a few kinds of street art.

Some buildings are painted.

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Some walls have smaller paintings.

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There is an “open wall” in the center, where anyone can express himself.

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But actually, almost any wall is an “open wall” in Brussels.

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Brussels

I’ve found myself in Brussels, because there was a cheap flight from Vilnius. But the city is rather good for a city break or sightseeing.

There is beautiful old-style architecture.

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There are nice parks.

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There are interesting people.

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There is freedom.

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Apparently you realize that Belgium has too many migrants from Middle East.

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Brussels is a city full of beggars – they are on the streets and inside of fastfoods. It is hardly possible that you don’t meet beggar before you finish your big mac.

But then you look at the city again and realize that though they are mainly “the refugees from the middle east”, they at least have a good taste.