Since 2004, deBuren, located in the centre of Brussels,
has been the place in the European capital city where the culture of the Low
Countries – the Netherlands
and Flanders – has remained alive and kicking.
The Flemish and Dutch governments together took the initiative of founding the
Flemish-Dutch House deBuren as a cultural institution and as a place for debate
and reflection where people are happy to both listen and talk to one another.
deBuren is intended to provide a forum for the art, culture, society and
politics of the Low Countries and Europe in the heart of the Belgian capital.