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Belgium's heritage in various forms
Anxious to develop our knowledge and know-how in Belgium, the InBev-Baillet Latour Fund obviously takes a great interest in our country's heritage in all its aspects. While its interest in conserving Belgium's brewery heritage highlights the Fund's link with the activity from which it derives its resources, the Fund supports also other sectors that are representative of Belgian excellence: the artistic riches of our museums and public archives funds, biodiversity and preservation of the environment, furthering the education of promising musicians, and our pioneering experiences in the field of sustainable development in the Antarctic. Five fascinating fields of activity! The 5 heritage sectors supported by the InBev-Baillet Latour Fund 1 Conservation of the artistic heritage 2 Conservation of the brewery heritage 3 Preservation of the environment 4 Scientific heritage in the Antarctic 5 Musical heritage at the Queen Elisabeth Chapel
For further information and submission of projects: Anne De Breuck Official representative of the King Baudouin Foundation Tel. +32 (0)2 549 61 54 Fax +32 (0)2 511 52 21 send an email
Liens Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels www.kbr.be King Baudouin Foundation www.kbs-frb.be Illuminare, Studiecentrum voor Miniatuurkunst (KULeuven) www.illuminare.be Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage www.kikirpa.be Royal Museum of Central Africa, Tervuren www.africamuseum.be Royal Museums of Art and History, Bruxelles www.kmkg-mrah.be Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Bruxelles www.fine-arts-museum.be
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