October 2, 2022
Brussels is decorated with floral carpets

Brussels is decorated with floral carpets

The city hall of Brussels is decorated with floral carpets

Nature lovers are flocking to see the extraordinary beauty of the carpet made of 400,000 flowers in front of the city hall of Brussels, the capital of Belgium.

Locals are enthralled by the charm of the various colors and scents of flowers.

The arrivals also said that they are excited to go out to enjoy the beauty

of different flowers after being confined to their homes for a long time due to Covid.

Khabar Newsweek.

  • The front part of the city hall is decorated with magnificent beauty and eye-catching flower carpet.
  • But this is no ordinary carpet, it is a floral carpet. Visitors are busy enjoying the beauty of colorful flowers in the sunshine.
  • This ‘carpet of flowers’ is made of millions of flowers of different colors including red, blue, yellow, white, pink.
  • Members of a volunteer organization make a carpet of flowers in front of the City Hall in Brussels, the capital of Belgium.
  • Meanwhile, ordinary people are suffering from intense heat across Europe. The European country Belgium is not left out.
  • Therefore, the beauty of all the flowers that can adapt to the heat wave of Europe in such a hot weather is giving a lot of relief to the visitors.
  • That’s why people of different ages, including young people, are coming from far and wide.
  • Visitors are busy taking pictures of the beautiful environment around.

And the volunteers are also excited to organize such an event

 Brussels is decorated with floral carpets

A visitor said, “We can all see what a terrible time Europe is going through with fires and fires.”

So we have to be aware. It is very important to keep the environment of the city beautiful.

Another visitor said, the matter is very enjoyable. Because, what can be better for us in this summer.

Thanks to the organizers.

400,000 flowers are used to decorate this vast carpet of 1,680 square meters.

It is held every two years in front of the City Hall of Brussels.

Volunteers first organized this carpet in Brussels in 1971.