Thousands of inhabitants of the Belgian capital, Brussels, went down this Saturday to the streets to participate in the Zinneke Parade. The Street parade takes place nearly two months after the attacks that occurred on 22 March and causing 32 deaths. The event is being seen as a show of unity among the inhabitants. "This is a symbolic moment. There's a lot of emotion. After two months on the attacks people start breathing. We want to be together and share this moment, "said one of the participants in the event. "It's a huge date in which everyone can have fun. As for attacks, it is an opportunity to go out and claim the space. The streets belong to us ", he added another participant. The event brings together the 18 communes that make up the metropolitan area of the city. The first show took place in the year 2000 and the aim of this initiative is to celebrate the cosmopolitan and multicultural spirit of the city.