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Cohabs - shared housing for expats
While to some the idea of living in a big, trendy house full of strangers from around the world may sound like a reality show, to those living in Cohabs, it’s simply reality. Cohabs is a new business in the housing market based mainly in Brussels. It’s built on ideas of cohabitation, upscale living and a free formed lifestyle. Most rooms rent for between 600 and 750 euros per month which includes weekly communal space and bathroom cleaning services, a rec room and a built-in home gym.
Europe in Brussels: Slovakia
On 29 August Slovaks young and old will come together to lay wreathes to remember Slovak Uprising Day. The day signifies the first day of resistance to the push of Nazi Germany in 1944. We meet a Slovak expat in Brussels to find out more.
Tibidi: total harmony
Ariane Rousseau, Muriel Legrand and Julie Leyder who are totally dedicated to a cappella and more specifically close harmony form the singing group Tibidi. Interpreting la chanson française, American pop hits, classical music and their own compositions they are more than just perfect harmony, they are also actors who can evoke laughter and tears. Ariane Rousseau tells us about them.
Europe in Brussels: Hungary
Hungarian expats in Brussels tell us about their national day (20 August) and where you can find a slice of Hungarian culture in the city.