... and so were 10 other cities in Belgium to celebrate the beginning of a week of festivities due to the 175 anniversary of the existance of Belgium. Some brave Karibu members where there and joined the dance.
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Programme - we meet at parking 1 (building A, Campus Drie Eiken) at 10:15 a.m. and leave for Mechelen by bus. Arrival around 11:00 a.m. - with English speaking guides we take a walk along the most important historical buildings in Mechelen, dating from the Burgundian era: Saint-Rumbold's Cathedral, the former palace of Margaret of Austria, the Royal Carillon School, the "Hof van Busleyden" (Court of Busleyden), the Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul. - lunch break from 1 p.m. (bring a picnic) - in the afternoon: visit to the “Vrijbroekpark” (with big rose garden) see www.vrijbroekpark.be - drink offered by Karibu - 5 p.m.: leave Mechelen; arrival at Campus Drie Eiken around 5:30
Price: € 4 per person (this includes the bus, the guided walk and park entrance fee, free drink).
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A relaxing day out with the whole Karibu group? Domein Bokrijk offers us the ideal mix of culture, nature and relaxation, with the vibrant 19th century Open Air Museum , magnificent gardens and the biggest playground in Flanders. We hope the weather will be dry and sunny. It's going to be a day to remember. See http://www.limburg.be/bokrijk/eng/index.html
Price: € 5 per person (this includes the bus, the Open Air Museum entrance fee, guides, coffee/tea and desert).
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End Augustus 1944, Antwerp got liberated by the allies. The Germans had to flee away. Till that time they occupied a fort that they used as a prisoner camp, later an "interrogation camp" and pass through location to put people on transport towards other camps of which only a few would return. Those who stayed in Breendonk were risking their lifes too. How many died here is not for certain, but it must be many.