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Making a Case for Multatuli. The Dutch-Flemish Centre for Europe in Brussels
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Making a Case for Multatuli. The Dutch-Flemish Centre for Europe in Brussels

(Luc Devoldere) The Low Countries - 2004, № 12, pp. 260-262

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In the heart of Brussels, on the corner of Leopoldstraat and Prinsenstraat, an impressive building is undergoing renovation. The intention is that this building will become the Dutch-Flemish Centre for Europe in Brussels, which will be opened in autumn 2004, during the Dutch presidency of the EU.

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