Dinner in the Sky

Guests enjoy a “Dinner in the Sky” on a platform hanging in front of the Cinquantenaire park in Brussels. Dinner in the Sky accommodates 22 guests, seated at a table suspended from a crane at a height of 40 meters. (Francois Lenoir / Reuters)

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