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How did the Grote Markt become a pedestrian zone? With Karen McHugh

The Grote Markt in Brussels has a long history of different uses before being voted the most beautiful square in Europe in 2010. By then cars were no longer allowed to pass or park there. How exactly did the Grote Markt become a pedestrian zone? Journalist Karen McHugh delves deeper into the topic.
Door deBuren op 1 jun 2021
Politiek & samenleving
Wetenschap & geschiedenis
Brussels Explained

Karen McHugh

Karen McHugh is a freelance writer and musician from Ireland, based in Brussels since 2008. Having started her journalism career at The Bulletin, she continues to be fascinated by the extraordinary stories of Brussels' expat community. She writes on culture, music and public transport and her work has been featured in Euronews, Politico, The Irish Times, Irish Independent and The Bulletin.

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