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Profile Kbecq

We are a couple living in Brussels and love to travel.

Although we do not select our travel destination based on the WHS list, we find the list a good guide to discover a country's most interesting (and sometimes otherwise overlooked) sites.

Kbecq's Visited Sites

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Legend

  • Mixed
  • Cultural
  • Natural

Recent Reviews by Kbecq


Salzburg Kbecq

We visited Salzburg at the end of December, hoping for snow. While this was not the case, Salzburg was still an enjoyable and beautiful city with a cosy Christmas atmosphere.

Next to the most visited sights (Hohensalzburg fortress, Mozart's Geburtshaus, ...), Salzburg is also full of magnificent churches. We particularly liked the St. Peter, the Kollegienkirche and of course the Dom. In case you buy a ticket for the Dom Quartier (Salzburg's cathedral museum complex - highly recommended), you will be guided through the Dom at organ level which provides a spectacular view on the Dom's inside and ceiling.

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Fagus Factory Kbecq

We arrived at the Fagus factory on a Saturday with the intention to participate in one of the guided tours which take place on Saturdays and Sundays. However, because there was an event scheduled on Sunday there was no tour on Saturday (since they were already setting up things for the event the next day).

Therefore, we had to take a tour with an audio/video guide. But we were lucky: the workers preparing the event didn't mind that we walked around in the factory so we got to see the same as during a guided tour (and maybe even more?).

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Teide National Park Kbecq

We visited Teide National Park for two days in the autumn.

The first day we went to the 'Roques de Garcia', already mentioned in Els' and Hubert's reviews. We can confirm that during the 3.5km walk, at some points it's easy to lose track of the path. Just keep looking for the small 'stone towers' which indicate the correct way.

The second day we got up early to climb Mount Teide. The best way to do this is to start from the small parking located around kilometer 40 on road TF-21.

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Neolithic Flint Mines at Spiennes Kbecq

Without going into detail, we can confirm that arranging a reservation for a descent in the mine is a nice example of Belgian surrealism (cf. Solivagant's review). But after a few atempts we made it to Spiennes and we can also confirm that the local staff and guides are very helpful and knowledgeable.

It seems that the parking close to the site is meant for the elderly and/or disabled, but you can park at the Rue du Petit Spiennes - Rue de Nouvelles intersection which is only a 5 minute walk to the site.

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Twyfelfontein Kbecq

Twyfelfontein ("uncertain spring") got its name mid 20th century from a farmer who was in doubt whether his spring would provide sufficient water for farming.

It is famous for a large number of ancient (4.000-500 years BC) rock carvings depicting various types of (mostly) animals - even sea creatures. Contrary to the nearby Brandberg TWHS, it concerns rock carvings and not rock paintings. One can clearly distinguish the different animals in a fantastic setting of orange rocks.

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Profile data

Name: Kbecq

Country: Belgium

Visited WHS: 104

Most Impressive: Calakmul

Proposal New WHS: World War I memorials and cemeteries

Recently Visited WHS

Update March 23, 2017

Painted Churches in the Troödos Region
Paphos
Choirokoitia

Lists

  1. Major Town Houses
  2. Neolithic Flint Mines at Spiennes
  3. Notre-Dame Cathedral in Tournai
  4. Vienna
  5. Calakmul
  6. Upper Middle Rhine Valley
  7. Stralsund and Wismar
  8. Town Hall and Roland, Bremen
  9. Novodevichy Convent
  10. Primeval Beech Forests
  11. Plantin-Moretus Museum
  12. Central Highlands
  13. Twyfelfontein
  14. Teide National Park
  15. Fortifications of Vauban
  16. Stoclet House
  17. Wadden Sea
  18. The Architectural Work of Le Corbusier
  19. Mining Sites of Wallonia
  20. Amsterdam Canal Ring
  21. Fagus Factory
  22. Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe
  23. Namib Sand Sea
  24. Van Nellefabriek
  25. Corvey
  26. Champagne
  27. Christiansfeld
  28. Fontainebleau
  29. Speyer Cathedral
  30. Florence
  31. Hildesheim Cathedral and Church
  32. Anuradhapura
  33. Polonnaruva
  34. Sigiriya
  35. Belem
  36. Pilgrimage Church of Wies
  37. Lübeck
  38. Vatican City
  39. Castles of Augustusburg and Falkenlust
  40. Cologne Cathedral
  41. Aachen Cathedral
  42. Statue of Liberty
  43. Yosemite National Park
  44. Cordoba
  45. Granada
  46. Works of Antoni Gaudí
  47. Painted Churches in the Troödos Region
  48. Trier
  49. Garajonay
  50. Seville
  51. Venice and its Lagoon
  52. Piazza del Duomo (Pisa)
  53. Budapest
  54. Palenque
  55. Westminster
  56. Frontiers of the Roman Empire
  57. Kandy
  58. Old Town of Galle
  59. Chichen-Itza
  60. Tower of London
  61. Strasbourg
  62. Abbey and Altenmünster of Lorsch
  63. Potsdam
  64. Quedlinburg
  65. St. Petersburg
  66. Kremlin and Red Square
  67. San Gimignano
  68. Golden Temple of Dambulla
  69. Paris, Banks of the Seine
  70. Reims
  71. Prague
  72. Rammelsberg and Goslar
  73. Völklingen Ironworks
  74. Roskilde Cathedral
  75. Kronborg Castle
  76. Jelling
  77. City of Luxembourg
  78. Siena
  79. Messel Pit
  80. Sintra
  81. Bauhaus Sites
  82. Grand Canyon
  83. Oporto
  84. La Lonja de la Seda
  85. Luther Memorials
  86. Salzburg
  87. Schönbrunn
  88. Paphos
  89. Uxmal
  90. Kinderdijk
  91. Willemstad
  92. Versailles
  93. Classical Weimar
  94. Choirokoitia
  95. Flemish Béguinages
  96. The Four Lifts
  97. Grand Place, Brussels
  98. Campeche
  99. Wartburg Castle
  100. Rome
  101. San Cristobal de La Laguna
  102. Belfries
  103. Zollverein
  104. Brugge