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Lycée CF

Belgium is and will always be the country of surrealism and political debility.
While education is moribund and the lack of space in schools is sorely felt, our magnificent collection of multiple and useless ministers of education has found nothing better than closing many schools.

Lycée CF is not the first and unfortunately the last school visited. If the RTG1 and prefabricated pavilions are in a lamentable state (due to long abandonment, their fragility as well as a hint of vandalism), the main building (dating back to the early 80's) is in good health.
Finally almost... The local aimless have fun to destroy all the windows and the basement was transformed into a giant pool. But other than that, everything is good.

So back on school's benches (disappeared) and in 2005, likely year of closure.

Lycée CF

The main building, the only one worthy of interest.

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Prefabricated, totally empty (just like all RTG).

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The indoor pool. Estimated depth : 1 meter.

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To resell on eBay®.

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The good old times...

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Shoes recommended !

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Theux ? Fleurus ? No

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Note the existence of a beautiful collection of books.

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To the archives in the only RTG not vandalized.

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Almost...

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The entire history of the school (and its students) piled up and forgotten.

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"You have to take care of your class journal." End.

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April 2013

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Note

  1. The acronym RTG, named after the three architects-designers, Reubsaets, Thibaut and Gilles, designates pavilions of rapid construction that were erected in the 1960s for the purposes of education in Belgium.
    These buildings have a characteristic appearance with their two facades made of sandstone rubble connected by windows and covered with a roof in Eternit®.
    An example here :
    RTG Building
    © CFWB
    Note that these constructions are very often infested with asbestos.