Belgium will appear in the new season of National Geographic's series 'Europe from Above,' where viewers will be able to see images of the country from the air, when the show airs on 12 September.
According to National Geographic, the show uses advanced drone technology to capture aerial images in various locations, providing a unique perspective on how tradition, technology, and natural wonders have shaped the European continent.
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Window cleaners at the Atomium in Brussels, as well as shrimp fishers in Oostduinkerke, the hop harvest in Poperinge, the Light Festival in Ghent, and the abbey in Villers-la-Ville, were filmed for the episode on Belgium.
Following Belgium on 12 September, Denmark, Serbia, Scotland, Bulgaria, and Romania will be covered in the same series, with a Christmas special also being produced.