Pop-Up Museum on the Belle Epoque

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KU Leuven hosts the Europeana Space Pop-Up Museum on the Belle Epoque at Agora KU Leuven. It is on display at the TimeOut Zone near the entrance.

Bring your smartphone and earphones for the full experience! Only until Wednesday 15/2!

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