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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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05/2017 > 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. Each...
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08/2017 > Saint-Roch Procession & Military March · HAM-SUR-HEURE

This traditional procession invades the streets and country lanes of this village in Hainault. In Ham-sur-Heure, on the first Sunday after 15 August....
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08/2017 > Ducasse of Ath - Vespers, Gouyasse and the Procession of the Giants · ATH

The Ducasse of Ath is a UNESCO Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity which takes place on the 4th weekend of August.The ducasse (fair) dates back to the...
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02/2018 > 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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05/2018 > Saint-Roch Folkloric March in Thuin · THUIN

On the 3rd weekend of May, come and celebrate Saint-Roch...
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21/05/2018 > 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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27/05/2018 > 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...
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