The 19th-century poet Charles Baudelaire lived in Brussels for two years, but it is putting it mildly to say that he was not utterly enamoured of our capital city.
This aversion is not mutual, because Brussels is honouring the French author of Les Fleurs du Mal with an exhibition that you can discover through the eyes of a series of young spoken-word artists.
During the Night of the Flowers of Evil, they will dedicate their poetry and spoken word to the legendary grouch.
> Baudelaire at Museum Night Fever. 3/3. Brussels City Museum