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Shortly after Belgium's independence in 1830, the old Soignes forest was divided up between various owners. The west end, bordering the then rapidly expanding city of Brussels, was declared a public park (the Bois de la Cambre) in 1860.
Nearly a century later, Edouard Keilig, the landscape architect in charge of the project, returns to the site, in his setting, for the time of a fiction. But what remains today of his vast and romantic project?