Sumayya Vally, who was chosen in a competition to build a new bridge in the Belgian town of Vilvorde, discovered the story of Congolese architect Paul Panda Farnana and chose to pay tribute to him. Paul Panda Farnana is considered to be the first Congolese to have graduated from higher education in Belgium in 1907, at the horticultural school in Vilvoorde, in the Flemish region, where the bridge will be located.
The new bridge will link the Asiat park to the new Darse nature reserve in the town of Vilvoorde, Belgium. A series of shapes resembling boats will . . .
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