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“The Path to Unity” recounts the history of the path made by the peoples of Eastern and Central Europe from communist dictatorships to their countries’ access to the European Union in 2004. It is a story that was shared by the Poles, Czechs, Slovaks, Hungarians, and partially – the Germans, as well as other nations of the region.

This unique experience is now history, but its understanding is important for the people of Belgium and other European countries, as it might help them fully grasp the present-day character of Europe. The exhibition highlights the importance of the creation and the enlargement of the EU. Touring the exhibit and taking part in the activities offered will offer a glimpse of the life and the people of a country governed by communists.

The Exhibition “Path to Unity” contains interactive features and games that invite free participation by all those willing to learn more. All you have to do is get a “game card” at the entrance and find the information required to fill the blanks. The proposed activities are designed to be entertaining and educational. I.e. the player will check out a censor’s office or find out how the promised „working man paradise” tenements differed in reality from the initial designs. There will also be an opportunity to cast a vote in the first free elections of 1989.


Parc du Cinquantenaire (Plaine du Chien Vert), Brussels,

October 21-28, 2011, Free entrance, daily from 10 – 18 hrs