Flanders, Historia Mundi

Historia Mundi
Different locations of Flanders every years


all historical associations under the cover of a multi-period camp, to make a journey through World History thanks to 1000 reenactors and 400 tents set every year in a new location of the enchanting Flanders region of Belgium…


Event description and programme

The Festival is held every year in different locations of Flanders (or the Flemish region) of Belgium.

The reenactors build their encampments in the tradition of the presented period; thus, the visitor meets Celts, Romans, Vikings, medieval folk and knights, nobles and common citizens of the Renaissance period, Scottish Highlanders, 18th century bourgeoisie, Woodland Indians, Napoleonic troops, American Civil War soldiers, cowboys, participants of the I and II World War and Vietnam War.

Around 1000 re-enactors or participants in historical costumes take part at the event, as well as about 400 tents in the historical camps to give an as realistic image as possible of the evolution of the world history with all sorts of demonstrations in the related historical framework. The life and daily activities are presented, as well as pottery, wood-work, blacksmithing and other crafts of the different epochs. The event offers various displays to the public, like historical battles, tournaments, manoeuvres and drill exercises, duels, and entertainment shows.

Please contact the Organizers for confirmation and further details.

Info & Contact

Historia Mundi 2018 location: Romeinse Kassei 5, Borgloon (Voort)

Association/organization name V.U. Historia Mundi
(Reenactor Confederation of the World Wide Living History)
Address: Lepelstraat 11, 3800 Sint-Truiden, province of Limburg, Flemish Region, Belgium
E-mail: info@historia-mundi.be
Web: http://www.historia-mundi.be

Image: V.U. Historia Mundi
Text sources: V.U. Historia Mundi


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