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Diners take lunch suspended in the air on June 2, 2014 above the Parc du Cinquantenaire in Brussels."Dinner in the sky" is an "unique occasion" to discover Brussels's high cuisine and enjoy a spectacular view of the city from the air. 22 guests, strapped into their chairs with harnesses, sit around the mini kitchen where a 'starred' chef prepares and serves the meals and the wine. Brussels wants to become an essential actor of the European gastronomic scene. With its 19 starred restaurants, the EU capital has now more stars than Berlin, Rome, or Milan. "Brussels in the Sky" takes place until June 29th at the Parc du Centenaire, close to the European area. Italy is the guest of honour at this 3rd edition.

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Diners have lunch suspended on Monday above the Parc du Cinquantenaire in Brussels for “Dinner in the Sky”

David Cameron...Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron looks up during a visit to a construction site in central London, Tuesday, May 27, 2014. Cameron will travel to Brussels later today to meet European counterparts after resounding victories for the far-right in Britain, France and Denmark, and a strong performance by populist or Eurosceptic groups in many other EU countries in European elections. (AP Photo/Andrew Winning, Pool)

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Britain’s prime minister David Cameron visits a construction site in central London. Mr Cameron will travel to Brussels on Tuesday to meet European counterparts after election victories for the far right in Britain, France and Denmark Read more

Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel looks through her window as she arrives at a European Union leaders summit in Brussels March 21, 2014. EU leaders added 12 people to a list of those subject to travel bans and asset freezes for their part in Russia's seizure of Crimea on Thursday and begin preparations for economic sanctions if Russia expands its footprint in Ukraine.

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Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel looks through her car window as she arrives at the EU leaders summit in Brussels

A visitor examines a multimedia and visual art piece by U.S. visual artist Tony Oursler during the exhibition "Phantasmagoria" at the Modern Art Museum of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation MAC's in Hornu, southwestern Belgium November 28, 2013. The exhibition, which started on November 17, will continue till February 23, 2014.

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A visitor examines a piece by US visual artist Tony Oursler during the exhibition “Phantasmagoria” at the Modern Art Museum of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation MAC’s in Hornu, southwestern Belgium

A visitor looks at the art work titled "Skulls," which is constructed out of 12,444 Lego bricks, during the "The Art of the Brick" exhibition at the Brussels Stock Exchange November 25, 2013. The exhibition featuring large Lego art works by U.S. Lego artist Nathan Sawaya will run till April 21, 2014.

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A visitor looks at “Skulls”, an artwork constructed out of 12,444 Lego bricks, during the Art of the Brick exhibition at the Brussels Stock Exchange. The show features large Lego works by US artist Nathan Sawaya and will run until April 21 2014.

EU Parliament Session in Strasbourg...epa03709926 Members of the Parliament vote during a plenary session at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, 21 May 2013. European Union leaders must go beyond promises when they tackle the issue of tax evasion at a Brussels summit this week, several leading EU parliamentarians said on 21 May - hours after internet giant Apple was accused of dodging US income taxes. 'Do we really have the courage and the willingness to fight tax evasion and tax havens? We need strong action, not only declarations,' Socialist leader Hannes Swoboda said during a debate at the European Parliament plenary in Strasbourg, France.  EPA/Patrick Seeger

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Members of the parliament on Tuesday vote during a plenary session at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France. EU leaders must go beyond promises when they tackle the issue of tax evasion at a Brussels summit this week, several EU parliamentarians said, hours after Apple was accused of dodging US income taxes. Read more