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  • 76. Christmas Markets

    As the year comes to an end, many towns and villages throughout Belgium hold Christmas markets with colorful illuminations around their main streets and shopping centers. In Brussels, the Christmas...

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  • 77. Hallepoort - Porte de Hal

    4 out of 5 stars

    Brussels once had magnificent medieval walls, built to encompass both the city and nearby hamlets. It was built two deep, straddled uneven hills and contained 72 towers and seven main gates....

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  • 78. L'Albertine

    L'Albertine Here is retained all that is published in Belgium. You can read all the books published in Belgium with a right of access (2.5 euros for one day) 150 km of shelves are available to...

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  • 79. Coudenberg Palace

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Coudenberg Palace is an archeological site exploring the former royal palace of Brussels. It was an enormous medieval complex that stood on the site of the modern Place Royale from the 11th...

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  • 80. Chapelle de la Madeleine

    We got off at Gare Centrale and walked for 1’ to reach the church. On the way we passed by several different statues, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza (! Pic 1), a statue that couldn’t find info about it...

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  • 81. Egmont Park

    Composed of the formed gardens of the Egmont Palace modified several times between XVI century and 1902, date on which architect Gallopin laid it out as it is now, this 1,5 ha landscaped garden is the...

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  • 82. Garden of Sculpture

    Garden of Sculpture is located at the same place where once botanical garden used to be. There are some wonderful trees in the garden but the most remarkable things are the breathtaking sculptures...

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  • 83. Palais de la Nation

    4 out of 5 stars

    The opposition of the monumental façades of the Royal Palace and the Palace of the Nation (current home of the Belgian Parliament) on both sides of the Royal Park of Brussels constitutes one of the...

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  • 84. Cantillon Brewery

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This is much better than the beer museum at the grand place! This is actually a still functioning gueuze beer brewery, and the only place where 'real gueuze' is still being made. You get a tour...

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  • 85. Brussels Jazz Marathon

    This is the second times for me to have chance to enjoy a very nice festive in Brussels..” Brussels Jazz Marathon” This year 2014 is the 19th times festival.Each year they will invite very good band...

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  • 86. Musée de la Ville de Bruxelles

    Brussels municipal museum is housed in the Maison du Roi on the Grand Place. The building is called the Broodhuis in Flemish and this name reflects the origins of the site as a covered bread hall on...

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  • 87. Black Tower - Zwarte Toren

    Escaping from demolition of the old walls in the 16Th century, because it was a good storage place, this isolated tower, close to St Katherine church, is one of the few remains of those walls. Be...

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  • 88. Balls of Brussels

    The Automium is a funny structure and probably more of a tourist trap than a thing to do - much like the Manneken Pis. The Atomium is probably the symbol of Brussels. The cluster of giant metal-clad...

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  • 89. Church of Saint Gilles

    Just a few metres away from the Hal's Gate, the former suburb of Saint-Gilles grew around the homonymous church, which originally dated back to the XIII century. The present building is a much more...

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  • 90. Boulevard Anspach

    The central stretch of the boulevard that cuts central Brussels from North to South is named after the mayor who led the works: Jules Anspach (originally, it was simply called Central Boulevard). He...

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  • 91. Church Onze Lieve Vrouw

    Yes, another church. And again it's Baroque. It's an absolute beaut. It should be, considering the fact that it was restored after a fire destroyed it in 1989. Originally it was built in 1665 and...

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  • 92. St Mary's Church

    St Marie’s Church is a fantastic example of Byzantine architecture. It used to be a catholic church but it has been neglected badly in modern days. Parts of it’s building has been starting to...

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  • 93. Festival

    Festival Couleur Café 2002 Brussels June 28 29 30 ... I ll b there .... Unique 'come together' of different cultures ... or when the South meets the North ... 3 days of fun, music, dancing, sharing,...

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  • 94. Jacques Brel

    Editions Jacques Brel It is at the center of Brussels that we find the editions Jacques Brel: the more Belgian of the all the singers that Belgium knew! Who better than him could express the...

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  • 95. Flemish Parliament

    A few metres away from the Palace of the Nation, the Flemish Parliament is hosted in an ecclectic construction that was formerly a ministerial building. The Plenary Meeting Room is located in the...

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  • 96. Berlaymont

    Walking through the European Quarter of Brussels we were struck by the number of buildings that house different functions of the European Union. In serving as the unofficial capital of the European...

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  • 97. Brussels Card

    If i were you i'd buy the Brussels card...it costs 20 euros per person for a day.with this card you have access to almost all the museums and all the public transport.check the link...

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  • 98. Beer Museum

    The beer museum in the Grande Place was somewhat disappointing. It was basically five bucks for a beer and a movie. An in depth movie that was interesting and antique beer tools but nothing...

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  • 99. Belgian Parliament

    I started my walk at the Metro station "Wet/Kunst ; Loi/Art". I walked in the Wetstraat, like this I the first beautiful building I did saw, was the Belgian parliament, this is also called the palace...

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  • 100. Palais Charles de Lorainne

    One of my favourite place in Brussels. Charles de Lorraine was the “viceroy” sent by Maria-Theresa (from 1744 to 1780), empress of Austria, to represent her authority in this part of her empire. He...

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