Belgian Museum Honors Georges Remi, Creator of Tintin

A new museum in Belgium honors Georges Remi, a.k.a. Herge, the creator of Tintin.

Tintin is nowhere more popular than his home country of Belgium, and beginning next month Tintin and other creations of Georges Remi will be on display in a new museum. Although the boy reporter, his dog Snowy, Captain Haddock and friends will feature prominently; the museum also covers the life of Herge and his other artistic endeavors, such as advertising work.

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2 Responses to Belgian Museum Honors Georges Remi, Creator of Tintin

  1. TexasRed says:

    I remember reading TinTin in high school French class. Now have something to add to the travel list if I ever make it to Belgium.

  2. Pingback: Opening of Herge Museum Public Relations Disaster « The Sky’s the Limit

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