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Professor Auguste Piccard was the inspiration for Professor Cuthbert Calculus in The Adventures of Tintin by Belgian cartoonist Hergé. Piccard held a teaching appointment in Brussels where Hergé spotted his unmistakable figure in the street.  Piccard gained worldwide acclaim when he pierced the stratosphere twice in a balloon.

Professor Auguste Piccard was the inspiration for Professor Cuthbert Calculus in The Adventures of Tintin by Hergé.

Tintin is standing in a group amongst the main characters of the comics series.

Tintin-mainCast - The Adventures of Tintin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

King Ottokar's Sceptre* Free paper dolls at Arielle Gabriel's The International Papef Doll Society and The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel the huge China travel site by Arielle Gabriel *

King Ottokar's Sceptre* Free paper dolls at Arielle Gabriel's The International Papef Doll Society and The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel the huge China travel site by Arielle Gabriel *

The Adventures of Tintin: Explorers on the Moon  Hergé

Hergé - Georges Prosper Remi – The Adventures of Tintin: Explorers on the Moon.

Belgian Tintin stamp

Stamp: Tintin - The Crab with the golden claws. (album (Belgium) (Tintin on the black screen) Mi:BE 4166

Tintin ~ Still had all my books from when I was a little girl. Gave them to my daughter. I love "Tintin et Milou"

fun fact: Tintin didn’t always have a quiff. During a car chase in his first adventure (Tintin in the Land of the Soviets), the wind blows his hair up, and it stays that way forever after!

#Tintin is everywhere in #Brussels. #visitbrussels and discover the #European capital of #ComicStrip. Pic by @smarksthespots

COMIC STRIP ROUTE

Spotted: The Comic Strip Route, one of the most fun and original ways to discover Brussels and its comics heritage!

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