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#callbrussels campaign

Visit.brussels, the city's tourist office in charge of the Brussels-Capital Region, has organised a communication campaign called 'Answer the phone' through January 7-31. During this period, participants from abroad may use the website www.call.brussels in order to call randomly people in three different public places to share their experience and feelings about life in Brussels today.

#callbrussels campaign
A call box to which internet surfers from around the world can make a call to and randomnly get news from passers-by about the safety of life in Brussels, is pictured on January 8, 2016 in Brussels. In the wake of the November 13 Paris attacks and following Brussel's lock down, Visit.brussels, the city's tourist office in charge of the Brussels-Capital Region, organises a communication campaign called 'Answer the phone' through January 7-31. During this period, participants from abroad may use the website www.call.brussels in order to call randomly people in three different public places to share their experience and feelings about life in Brussels today. (AFP/Getty Images)
#callbrussels campaign
A woman answers a phone, a call box to which internet surfers from around the world can make a call and randomnly get news from passers-by about the safety of life in Brussels, on January 8, 2016 in Brussels. In the wake of the November 13 Paris attacks and following Brussel's lock down, Visit.brussels, the city's tourist office in charge of the Brussels-Capital Region, organises a communication campaign called 'Answer the phone' through January 7-31. During this period, participants from abroad may use the website www.call.brussels in order to call randomly people in three different public places to share their experience and feelings about life in Brussels today. (AFP/Getty Images)
#callbrussels campaign
A woman answers a phone as a man takes a picture of her, a call box to which internet surfers from around the world can make a call to and randomnly get news from passers-by about the safety of life in Brussels, on January 8, 2016 in Brussels. In the wake of the November 13 Paris attacks and following Brussel's lock down, Visit.brussels, the city's tourist office in charge of the Brussels-Capital Region, organises a communication campaign called 'Answer the phone' through January 7-31. During this period, participants from abroad may use the website www.call.brussels in order to call randomly people in three different public places to share their experience and feelings about life in Brussels today. (AFP/Getty Images)
#callbrussels campaign
A young man answers a phone, a call box to which internet surfers from around the world can make a call to and randomnly get news from passers-by about the safety of life in Brussels, on January 8, 2016 in Brussels. In the wake of the November 13 Paris attacks and following Brussel's lock down, Visit.brussels, the city's tourist office in charge of the Brussels-Capital Region, organises a communication campaign called 'Answer the phone' through January 7-31. During this period, participants from abroad may use the website www.call.brussels in order to call randomly people in three different public places to share their experience and feelings about life in Brussels today. (AFP/Getty Images)
#callbrussels campaign
A young woman answers a phone, a call box to which internet surfers from around the world can make a call to and randomnly get news from passers-by about the safety of life in Brussels, on January 8, 2016 in Brussels. In the wake of the November 13 Paris attacks and following Brussel's lock down, Visit.brussels, the city's tourist office in charge of the Brussels-Capital Region, organises a communication campaign called 'Answer the phone' through January 7-31. During this period, participants from abroad may use the website www.call.brussels in order to call randomly people in three different public places to share their experience and feelings about life in Brussels today. (AFP/Getty Images)
#callbrussels campaign
A man looks at a phone, a call box to which internet surfers from around the world can make a call to and randomnly get news from passers-by about the safety of life in Brussels, on January 8, 2016 in Brussels. In the wake of the November 13 Paris attacks and following Brussel's lock down, Visit.brussels, the city's tourist office in charge of the Brussels-Capital Region, organises a communication campaign called 'Answer the phone' through January 7-31. During this period, participants from abroad may use the website www.call.brussels in order to call randomly people in three different public places to share their experience and feelings about life in Brussels today. (AFP/Getty Images)
#callbrussels campaign
A woman answers a phone, a call box to which internet surfers from around the world can make a call to and randomnly get news from passers-by about the safety of life in Brussels, on January 8, 2016 in Brussels. In the wake of the November 13 Paris attacks and following Brussel's lock down, Visit.brussels, the city's tourist office in charge of the Brussels-Capital Region, organises a communication campaign called 'Answer the phone' through January 7-31. During this period, participants from abroad may use the website www.call.brussels in order to call randomly people in three different public places to share their experience and feelings about life in Brussels today. (AFP/Getty Images)