Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, initiated a dynasty that would change the Low Countries forever.
In the early 1400s, an English army with longbows, a mad dog and a treacherous bridge would once again make the future of the Low Countries uncertain.
The former 15th-century city palace is a unique museum where you can discover Bruges' rich past.
An exhibition in Mechelen shows portraits of young Habsburg princes and princesses that tell us a lot about the political powers struggles of sixteenth-century Europe.
After being hidden for six hundred years, the Royal Library of Belgium presents its unique collection of manuscripts from the Burgundian period.
Since the original Dutch version of this book came out in January 2019 it has dominated the bestseller lists.