UNESCO

Grand-Hornu
This former colliery is now a UNESCO world heritage site, founded by philanthropist Henry de Gorge. The mining complex, which was abandoned when the whole industry was hit by the mining crisis, has been totally renovated. It can now host your events in fully equipped meeting rooms and auditoriums. T
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Grand-Hornu
Bois du Cazier
A fantastic example of the region’s industrial heritage, the Bois-du-Cazier is a UNESCO world heritage site. This architectural gem, in a lovely natural setting to the south of Charleroi, is the perfect venue for your receptions and meetings, seminars, conferences, talks or drinks events. This tra
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Bois du Cazier
Mundaneum
Right in the centre of Mons, this gem of Art Déco architecture is a fantastic venue that is bound to add a touch of sophistication and class to your receptions, incentive activities, drinks receptions, buffets and other customised events. Packed full of history, the Mundaneum has been referred to a
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Mundaneum
Musée International du Carnaval et du Masque
Sixty kilometres south of Brussels, the small town of Binche is mainly known for its famous traditional carnival and Gilles, which has become a symbol of Belgium around the world. Everywhere you turn, the town reminds visitors of its passion for its carnival tradition. With its fully equipped 147-se
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Musée International du Carnaval et du Masque
Ascenseurs hydrauliques du Canal du Centre historique
How about the prospect of having a board meeting in a setting that has been classified a world heritage site by Unesco? This is what is on offer at the Hainaut Waterways with its meeting room that can hold 20 people at the site of lift number 3. To cap it off, you can combine your meeting with a qui
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Ascenseurs hydrauliques du Canal du Centre historique
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