The PastaCafe is one of those that has best kept its 1920s and 1930s decor.
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Belgium moves to save drinking densBelgians are famous for taking their beer seriously, but authorities are now moving to preserve some of the historic cafes where drinkers have been quaffing since the early 20th century. With a redbrick facade, typical of this part of Belgium and northern France, it is one of three cafes that the Flemish regional government said in August it planned to add to a selection of listed sites because of its "exceptional" interiors.Belgium, whose thousands of beers have since 2017 boasted UNESCO World Heritage status, has hundreds of such old cafes or so-called estaminets.Belgium's French-speaking regions are also preserving their vintage bars.
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