DOMO DE EUROPA HISTORIO EN EKZILO
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The museum reopens on September 4th within the framework of the Theaterfestival 2013.
"A clever attempt to document the EU's current woes" - The Guardian
"Today I visited the fantastic museum by Thomas Bellinck - highly recommended!! - Guy Verhofstadt on Twitter
"But if the anticipation is killing you, visitors in Brussels right now have a chance to experience a less sanguine and more creative, anarchic, fleeting -- and fun -- exhibition about Europe in the dystopian future." - Gareth Harding, Foreign Policy Magazine
DOMO DE EUROPA HISTORIO EN EKZILO (‘House of European History in Exile’) takes you more than half a century back in time to the early twenty-first century. Although little-studied, this period nevertheless provided the breeding-ground for the sweeping changes that were to take place during our century. It was a remarkable era, characterised by Integration and Harmonisation. Blessed by the Long Peace. Overshadowed by the Great Recession. Back when national borders were blurred and people everywhere used a single currency called the ‘euro’. Back when Brussels, not Warsaw, lay at the beating heart of the old continent. The first international exhibition on life in the former European Union.
Location: Kloktorenstraat 22 rue du Clocher, 1040 Etterbeek
Opening hours: 11 am > 7 pm (last admission at 6 pm)
Weekdays: September 4, 5 & 6
Weekends: September 7 & 8, 14 & 15, 21 & 22, 28 & 29
> DOMO DE EUROPA HISTORIO EN EKZILO is difficult for people with limited mobility. Info: 02 210 11 12
> DOMO DE EUROPA HISTORIO EN EKZILO is an individual journey. Due to the limited number of visitors allowed, advanced booking is recommended. If you make a reservation, the maximum waiting time is 30 minutes.