By Joshua Samuel Brown, Mara Vorhees
“With one foot planted within the imperative American jungles and the opposite dipped within the Caribbean Sea, Belize is domestic to the second-longest barrier reef on this planet, jungles that teem with natural world, and mysterious Maya ruins.” – Mara Vorhees, Lonely Planet Writer
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Girls were thus no longer shielded from boys’ physical presence, but rather excluded from boys’ spaces, as were female teachers. 76 It was not so much the presence of men in the room, but rather the character of the space itself – public, associated with the conviviality in the pub on the ground ﬂoor – that posed a threat to decency and barred women from entering. 2 Façade of a boys’ school. Plan for a new school for boys, drawn by the Antwerp provincial architect. , Inv. nr. 22, ‘Voorgevel Oostenrijksestraat’ was not established, female teachers occasionally taught boys in their classes.
25 They were also encouraged to admire a number of paintings and statues. Teachers seized the opportunity to show children the faces of kings, queens and politicians and to enliven previous history lessons with pictorial renditions of the heroic moments in the ‘Spanish’ period: the sixteenth-century battles of Lepanto and Gravelines. 26 The public galleries, moreover, offered a material reminder of the public character of political practice in the new nation. 27 A former revolutionary and a doyen of the Senate, the then 81-yearold Count of Quarré, insisted upon its grandeur.
17 As the building was ﬁtted to its new representational function, plans were also drafted to add six statues of ‘historically important ﬁgures’. The works were commissioned in 1818, but the six niches remained empty until 1845. 19 In the Second Chamber, the Belgian lion replaced the Dutch coat of arms and through the removal of the throne, the instalment of a new, democratic government was etched onto the nation’s central space of assembly. ‘The most far-reaching change made to the House in 1830’, historian Willy Van den Steene observes, ‘was the addition of a second gallery underneath the existing one.