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City Hall on the Grand Place - Brussels2
City Hall on the Grand Place - Brussels
Memorial to Everard 'T Serclaes.
He is known as the liberator of Brussels. They say that touching it brings you luck.
Church of St. Michel - Brussels
Belgium is a country split into two language regions. The north is Flemish
and the south is French. That's why so many street signs are in both languages.
War Memorial - Brussels
Shopping Passage - Brussels
Buildings Reflected - Brussels
Restaurant Chef - Brussels
Tourist posing in front of Manneke Pis statue - Brussels
Manneke Pis statue - An emblem of the rebellious spirit of of Brussels. Installed in 1617 or 1618
Cleaning the Atomium - Built in 1958 for the World's Fair - Brussels
Enjoying a beer on the Grand Place. Grimbergen beer was first brewed in 1128 - Brussels