Tea is served in one of the tents of the Afghan refugees camp inside the Béguinage church in Brussels – April 2014 More about the Beguinage Project here http://bit.ly/1HZguvY
20190827 ~ Tea in Afghan Refugees Camp Tent in Brussels Church ~ Michel van der Burg – michelvanderburg.com | miracles.media
Saturday Aug 3, 2019. Funeral prayers Samir Hamdard starts 1 o’clock in the Mosquée Al Khalil in Brussels.
Candles filmed during the afghan refugees camp, March 2014, in the Beguinage church of Brussels.
In March 2014 Kristen Cattell (USA) and Michel van der Burg (Holland) traveled to Brussels, Belgium to meet a group of Afghans living inside an old Catholic church – the church of Saint John the Baptist at the Béguinage (Beguinage Church). At the time, nearly one hundred Afghan refugees had set up camp within the walls of the seventeenth century compound. We made a reportage and interviewed several people including Samir Hamdard – the spokesperson for these afghan refugees – who died last Wednesday (report yesterday http://bit.ly/2GJe64S
). In between the interviews we enjoyed watching Samir and the others playing a cricket game in front of the Beguinage church. More about the Beguinage Project here http://bit.ly/1HZguvY
20190802 ~ Cricket Beguinage Afghans Team ~ Beguinage Project reportage Kristen Cattell / Michel van der Burg (film) – michelvanderburg.com | miracles.media
Mythical concert The Good Udsjuen (De Goede Udsjuen) and exhibition UDSJUEN – by Koenraad Tinel & Kuniko Kato on the magical night of May 31, 2019 in the Saint James Church (one last glance) in Ghent, Belgium. ① memo 20190613 ~ Flemish Master In Situ ~ Miracles.Media
① memo 20190610 ~ Sint Jacob Statue Ghent ~ Sint Jacobskerk (St James’ Church) last week in Belgium
① memo 20190603 ~ Ghent Totem Pole ~ Statue by Walter De Buck of the 19th century Ghent folk singer Karelke Waeri and scenes from his songs near the Saint-Jacobs church in Ghent last weekend, Belgium
① memo 20190323 ~ Brussels Beguinage Altar of Saint Ursula ~ Sculpture at the ‘altar of the Virgin’, or ‘altar of Saint Ursula’ in the Church of Saint John the Baptist at the Béguinage earlier this month in Brussels