Upcoming activities

11 April – 20 September 2024

Exhibition of the Geschichtsforum Schleiden: "Die mit dem Adel der Geburt den Adel der Gesinnung stets vereinigten"

Exhibition of the Geschichtsforum Schleiden: "Die mit dem Adel der Geburt den Adel der Gesinnung stets vereinigten" - “The ones who always combined the nobility by birth with the nobility of attitude”. The exhibition will document this: 1773 to 2023: 250 years of Arenberg in Schleiden, in the town hall. Opening on 11 April at 6.30 pm.

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Exhibitions

29 June 2024

Autos, Schloss und Prominenz

The Baroque Palace of Nordkirchen has served as a representative backdrop for social events for centuries. Due to its outstanding architecture and impressive garden, it is rightly called the "Versailles of Westphalia."

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Varia

2 July 2024

Olympic torch relay

Home to more than 2.6 million people, Nord is the most populous department in France. From its beaches to its cultural and historic buildings and cuisine, Nord has a lot going for it. The Olympic torch will arrive to the department on Tuesday, 2 July, beginning this stage of the relay next to the fortifications of Avesnes-sur-Helpe, first built sometime in the 11th century.

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Press

30 August 2024

Coline Dutilleul | B'Rock - "Die Schätze der Familie Arenberg"

Belgian mezzo-soprano Coline Dutilleul portrays the remarkable Arenberg family and their valuable sheet music collection. The program includes vocal and instrumental music by Vivaldi, Handel, Campra, and other contemporaries.

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Music

29 September 2024

150 Years of the Sint-Amandsberg Beguinage

150 years ago, starting in 1873, a new beguinage was rapidly constructed in Sint-Amandsberg. The Saint Elizabeth Beguinage, near the Rabot, was increasingly absorbed and threatened by the growing city of Ghent, forcing the beguines to relocate. Their savior was Duke Engelbert of Arenberg. He purchased the land on the Sint-Baafskouter and commissioned the construction of the new beguinage.

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Varia

Past activities

21 June 2024

"Anmelden zu 'Autos, Schloss und Prominenz' im Jupitersaal" - article in NOLO1 (Nr. 142)

Am 29. Juni (Samstag) gibt es unter dem Motto "Autos, Schloss und Prominenz" im Jupitersaal des Schlosses in Nordkirchen zwei Vorträge zur Familie von Arenberg, die 1903 das Schloss Nordkirchen gekauft hat. 

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Press

6 June 2024

News report TV Com: Le Petit Moulin d'Arenberg in Rebecq reopens to the public after 14 years of closure

The mill located at the Espace du Petit Moulin in Rebecq is finally reopening after 14 years of closure, following the floods of 2010 and 2011. This is an opportunity to discover or rediscover this historic site and to delve into the past of Rebecq. Although the mill no longer operates today, the original machinery is still in place.

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Press

1 June 2024

Annual meeting of the scientific committee of the Belgian Arenberg Foundation in Enghien/Edingen

The annual meeting of the scientific committee of the Belgian Arenberg Foundation will be organized on Saturday, the 1st of June 2024.

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Annual meeting

25–26 May 2024

C'était au temps où Bruxelles chantait!

C'était au temps où Bruxelles chantait! The title of the concert might make you smile... But know that Brussels didn't wait for Jacques Brel to showcase an extraordinary musicality! Rachel Heymans and Gwennaëlle Alibert from Historische Blasinstrumente would like to let you hear.

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Music

2 May 2024

"Séminaire à Bruxelles", article in Eventail

In the Royal Galleries of Saint-Hubert, at the invitation of His Serene Highness Leopold, the thirteenth Duke of Arenberg, a seminar organized by the Arenberg Foundation took place, on the theme: Artificial Intelligence: Friend or Foe? The Challenges of a Technological Revolution. This brilliant scientific seminar was followed by a reception.

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Press