The Royal Military Museum participates in the Lembeek military Easter parade

Do you know the Lembeek Easter event, a unique partly religious and partly military parade?

Saint-Veron's relics are carried by uniformed soldiers: the club of Congolese soldiers, the carabiniers, the Lembeek cavalry and the general staff. For the first time the public will also be able to admire an artillery piece from the Belgian 1914 campaign. The gun is part of the Museum's collection and is drawn by six horses.

Want to participate? Then go to Lembeek town hall on Monday April 17 at 8 a.m. for the departure of the gun and to Lembeek church (same day, same time) for the departure of the relics.