Medieval Market called off as storm shuts Brussels parks for the weekend

Medieval Market called off as storm shuts Brussels parks for the weekend

The yearly Medieval Market in Brussels’ Parc du Cinquantenaire has been cancelled, as a looming windstorm makes its way into Belgium from Friday. As Storm Miguel makes its way north from France, authorities have announced that all regional parks will be shut down from 12:30 on Friday, halting the three-day-long medieval fest only hours before it was set to kick-off. Gusts of up to 80 km/h are expected to sweep into the country, meaning fans of the middle ages will have to forego taking part in the festival’s traditional activities…

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