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This official blog for Visit Gent tells the story behind the events and happenings in Ghent. You will also find tips about unique experiences and posts by interesting guest bloggers. Essential reading for people who want to know all about Ghent!

Ghent Foodie Tour

15/11/2016
Balls & Glory © John Brunton
Door: John Brunton
English

There is a food revolution taking the kingdom of Belgium by storm, and its unofficial capital is the city of Ghent.

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Guest blogger

John Brunton

John Brunton is a journalist, author and photographer, originally from London.
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Puddles the Clown

Puddles & beer
Mike Geier, de trieste clown met de gouden stem uit Atlanta (VS), verblijdde ons op OdeGand 2014.
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Noah Charney

Noah Charney
Professor of art history specializing in the history of art crime
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Bart Devolder

Bart Devolder restoring the Ghent Altarpiece cc Katrien Van Acker, KIK-IRPA, Brussel
Bart Devolder works on the restoration of the Ghent Altarpiece
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Vanessa Rombaut

Vanessa Ryan Rombaut 2
Vanessa Rombaut, born in Australia, lived and worked in five different countries. Now she's very happy to find herself living in the very cool, laid back city of Ghent!
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Kate Jegede

Kate Jegede
Trained scientist, writer and TV presenter Kate Jegede moved from the UK to Ghent in the summer of 2013, after falling in love with Belgium during a family holiday more than 20 years ago.
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Éireann Lorsung

Éireann Lorsung
This writer and editor from the United States discovered Ghent and decided to stay.
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Spotlight

Gent Belfort
Above the Ghent skyline towers the Old Belfry, lonely and grey, an iconic symbol of the past.
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