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UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage, alive and exceptional

 

Come share and dive into these traditions, festive rituals that the people of Brussels and Wallonia are very proud of. UNESCO events that are not to be missed!


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03/2015 > Carnival in Binche - the Gilles of Binche (BINCHE)

The Carnival of Binche is a UNESCO masterpiece of Oral and Intangible Heritage. Over 900 Gilles await you in Binche in March 2015!...
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05/2015 > Folkloric Marches in Entre-Sambre-et-Meuse (WALLONIE)

From May to September 2014, discover the Folkloric Marches in Entre-Sambre-et-Meuse, 15 Walloon folkloric treasures recognised as intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO. ...
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05/2015 > MILITARY MARCH FOR SAINT-ROCH (THUIN)

On Saturday evening, the whole town resounds with the echo of drumbeats while the townsfolk gather (from 20h30) on the uptown ramparts where they will stay awake throughout the...
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31/05/2015 > Doudou: Car d'Or, Lumeçon Battle & Ducasse Sainte-Waudru (MONS)

The Procession of the Car d'Or is 657 years old and has been recognised as a masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. In Mons on 31/05/15!...
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06/2015 > PROCESSION OF SAINTE-ROLENDE (GERPINNES)

This march is one of the most important as well as one of the longest and most popular of all the processions of Entre-Sambre-et-Meuse : it starts very early in the morning at 2...
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06/2015 > The Trinity folkloric marches in Walcourt (WALCOURT)

The Sunday following Trinity Sunday, Walcourt invites you to the great folkloric march in honour of Notre-Dame...
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07/2015 > Magdalene Folkloric March in Jumeth (JUMET)

The Magdalene Tour on Jumet is a religious procession escorted by military societies and their brass bands. Heritage recognised by UNESCO!...
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