Brussels residents united in Bourse Square Tuesday following terrorist attacks that left at least 31 dead and scores injured to share messages of solidarity for Belgium written in chalk.
Bourse Square is about nine miles from the Zaventem airport, where two explosions took place, and is about two miles from the Maelbeek station, where another blast hit.
Images of the chalk art spread on social media, with messages like “Terror has no religion” and “We are not born to one corner. The whole world is my native land.”
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