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April 9, 1993 | JOEL HAVEMANN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On one side of town, local officials have turned out en masse to celebrate this city's designation as this year's European "cultural capital." They are opening an exhibit of Jacob Jordaens, a Baroque painter at the time 400 years ago when a bustling port put Antwerp squarely at the commercial and cultural crossroads of Europe. Simultaneously, in another corner of this Flemish-speaking town, a more sinister variety of Antwerp's culture is on display in a tavern called the Lion of Flanders.
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April 9, 1993 | JOEL HAVEMANN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On one side of town, local officials have turned out en masse to celebrate this city's designation as this year's European "cultural capital." They are opening an exhibit of Jacob Jordaens, a Baroque painter at the time 400 years ago when a bustling port put Antwerp squarely at the commercial and cultural crossroads of Europe. Simultaneously, in another corner of this Flemish-speaking town, a more sinister variety of Antwerp's culture is on display in a tavern called the Lion of Flanders.
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