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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events. Photo: Albert Nieboer


Princess Mathilde (L) and Princess Claire

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Queen Paola

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Queen Paola

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Prince Laurent

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Prince Laurent

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Claire

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Claire

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Claire and Prince Laurent

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Claire and Prince Laurent

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Claire and Prince Laurent

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Claire and Prince Laurent

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Prince Filip

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Prince Filip

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Prince Filip

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Mathilde

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Mathilde

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Prince Filip

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Prince Filip and Princess Mathilde

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Prince Filip and Princess Mathilde

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Prince Filip and Princess Mathilde

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Astrid

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Astrid

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Astrid

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Maria-Laura

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Maria-Laura

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Maria-Laura (L) and Princess Astrid

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

Princess Maria-Laura

Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, the largest cultural festival in Europe. Europalia will celebrate its 40th anniversary by inviting a truly fascinating guest: China. Europalia is one of the leading arts festivals in Europe and each edition attracts more than one million visitors. During four months, Belgium and its neighbouring regions will celebrate the diversity of Chinese culture by hosting hundreds of breathtaking events.

Royal Press Europe-Albert Nieboer


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Members of the belgium royal family visits in the Museum of Beaux Arts the exhibition Europalia, 08-10-2009

 



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