Walk around Cité Moderne, the largest project by Belgian modernist architect Victor Bougeois. Constructed from 1922-1925, this social housing project includes 275 flat-roofed units made of concrete. This district was planned by Louis Van der Swaelmen, and Cité Moderne earned the Grand Prize at the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes.
Head to the eastern part of the neighborhood and discover the old St. Agatha Church, which presently serves as a cultural center. The surrounding landscape of nearby farms provides the perfect backdrop for this charming village. The church stands right in front of the forest, so you can take a nice walk on the other side by the cemetery. Rue de l’Allée Verte, Brussels, Belgium
Cultural Centre Le Fourquet is located in the old brewery of Berchem, and its name has an origin there too (since it is a name for a brewery tool). The center participates in many social and cultural projects in this neighborhood. It hosts several clubs, workshops for kids and adults, and festivals, including the annual Emergence and Street Theater festival. 15 Place de l’Eglise 15, Brussels, Belgium
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Zavelenberg is another escape from the buzzing city into nature. It is the largest green area of Sint-Agatha-Berchem. Relax next to the lake in the middle of the area and enjoy your view while the colors of the nature surround you.