About 10 years ago, on a cold and misty Saturday morning, Lara and I visited this cemetery.

This cemetery was built in the 19th century and is known as the resting place of Hergé, the man who gave us Tintin. He is actually one of the last people buried here. Another reason why the cemetery is wort a visit are the beautiful monuments and the rich fauna and flora. Have a look for yourself!

Children’s graves
Grave of Hergé

Address: Dieweg 95, Ukkel.

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