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This democratic north Asian country is the eighteenth biggest in the world and home to 3 million people, of whom 70% are under the age of 30. With its 250 days of sunshine, Mongolia is known as the “country of the eternal blue sky”. The four seasons shape the year, with temperatures varying from -30°C in winter to +25°C in summer.
Over the centuries, Albania and the Balkans have played a major role in the development of civilizations, cultures and traditions. The region has played host to a succession of peoples: Prehistorians, Greeks, Romans, Barbarians, Byzantines, Crusaders, Ottomans… At the crossroads between East and West, Albania is bursting with wonders just waiting to be discovered.
To combat climate change, Brussels has clearly stated its aim to prioritize ecomobility through eco-friendly means of transport (i.e. with very low carbon emissions), public transport and carsharing…
Come and turn the Wheel of Fortune at the CYCLO stand and test your knowledge on the Highway Code for Cyclists… You could win lights to customize your bike! We have Monkey Lights, front lights, rear lights, spoke lights and the lights needed to create cycle lanes. And smart advice on the best way to cycle. CYCLO professionals will be available to answer all your questions.
For many years, Brussels City Hall has paid particular attention to disabled people and provided several facilities to guarantee them easy access to the entire Winter Wonders site. Special access to the ice rink, on and off the ice, will be created at Place de la Monnaie, which will also be easily accessible via De Brouckère metro station and the Ecuyer and Monnaie car parks, which have lifts and spaces for disabled users.