70 Sights in Brussels, Belgium (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Brussels, Belgium. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 70 sights are available in Brussels, Belgium.

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1. Musical Instruments Museum

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The Museum of Musical Instruments in Brussels, the MIM, founded in 1877, is one of the most important museums of musical instruments in the world. Its collections include more than eight thousand instruments, of which more than one thousand two hundred are exhibited in the rooms of the museum.

Wikipedia: Musée des instruments de musique de Bruxelles (FR), Website

2. Leopold II

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The Equestrian Statue of Leopold II is a bronze equestrian statue erected in Brussels, Belgium, in memory of King Leopold II, second King of the Belgians. It was created by the sculptor Thomas Vinçotte in 1914, but it was not finalised until 1926 by the architect François Malfait, when it was inaugurated in honour of the king.

Wikipedia: Equestrian Statue of Leopold II, Brussels (EN)

3. Royal Palace of Laeken

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The Palace of Laeken or Castle of Laeken is the official residence of the King of the Belgians and the Belgian Royal Family. It lies in the Brussels-Capital Region, 5 km (3 mi) north of the city centre, in Laeken, and sits in a large private park called the Royal Domain of Laeken.

Wikipedia: Palace of Laeken (EN)

4. Manneken Pis

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Manneken Pis is a landmark 55.5 cm (21.9 in) bronze fountain sculpture in central Brussels, Belgium, depicting a puer mingens; a naked little boy urinating into the fountain's basin. Though its existence is attested as early as the mid-15th century, it was redesigned by the Brabantine sculptor Jérôme Duquesnoy the Elder and put in place in 1618 or 1619. Its stone niche in rocaille style dates from 1770.

Wikipedia: Manneken Pis (EN), Url

5. Jeanneke Pis

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Jeanneke Pis is a modern fountain sculpture in central Brussels, Belgium. It was commissioned by Denis-Adrien Debouvrie in 1985 and erected in 1987 as a counterpoint to the city's famous Manneken Pis. The 50-centimetre (20 in) bronze statue depicts a little girl with short pigtails, squatting and urinating on a blue-grey limestone base.

Wikipedia: Jeanneke Pis (EN), Website

6. Brussels Park

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Brussels Park is the largest urban public park in central Brussels, Belgium. Formerly known and still sometimes colloquially referred to as the Royal Park, it was also the city's first public park. The area of the rectangular park is 13.1 ha.

Wikipedia: Brussels Park (EN), Heritage Website

7. Pro-Cathedral of the Holy Trinity

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The Procathedral of the Holy Trinity is an Anglican church building in the Brussels municipality of Ixelles. The Anglican community, which has been present in Brussels for some two hundred years, originally met in private homes. It was only after the Battle of Waterloo that the first regular municipalities were established. The first chapel of this municipality was located in rue Belliard in Brussels. The current church was built between 1883 and 1885 by contractor Jean François according to the plans of architect William Barber. In 1897 the church was extended with the choir to a design by the architects Huvenne and Jasinski. After the First World War, in 1928, the Church House (rectory) was established along the street. In 2001, a modern hall complex was added to the church building.

Wikipedia: Heilige Drievuldigheidskathedraal (Brussel) (NL), Website

8. Unity in Peace

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The Statue of Europe is a sculpture symbolising peace through European integration, while at the same time aiming to demonstrate the motto of the European Union (EU), "United in Diversity". It is located in the garden of Convent Van Maerlant in the crossroads of the Rue Van Maerlant/Van Maerlantsraat and the Chaussée d'Etterbeek/Etterbeeksesteenweg, in the European Quarter of Brussels, Belgium. Made out of resin, the statue measures more than 5 meters and weighs nearly 800 kg. It was inaugurated on 9 December 2003 by Neil Kinnock and Viviane Reding, who respectively were Vice-President of the European Commission and Commissioner for Culture at the time. 2003 was the European Year of People with Disabilities, and the Eastern enlargement of the EU was awaited.

Wikipedia: Statue of Europe (EN)

9. René Magritte Museum

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The René Magritte Museum - Museum of Abstract Art is a Brussels museum in the house that the surrealist painter occupied for 24 years, located in Jette. The museum is located at 135 Rue Esseghem, in the house where René Magritte lived from 1930 to 1954 and created several of his masterpieces. The museum's collection includes paintings, gouaches and drawings by the artist, parts of Magritte's original furniture, photographs and other documents about the artist's life. This collection was collected by art developer André Garitte, who bought the house, had it renovated and opened it to the public in June 1999.

Wikipedia: Musée René Magritte (FR), Website

10. Maison Pelgrims - Pelgrimshuis

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The Pilgrim's House is a mansion in the Brussels municipality of Saint-Gilles and is located at Parmastraat 69, next to the Pierre Paulus park that used to belong to the house. The first floor of the building is an exhibition space, the second floor has housed the municipality's Culture Department since 2000. The programming of the municipal cultural facilities and the number of manifestations in the public space are recorded in the Pilgrim's House. During the year and during the school holidays, internships are also organized for children, among others in collaboration with the Compagnie des Neufs Lunes.

Wikipedia: Pelgrimshuis (NL), Heritage Website

11. Pavilion of Human Passions

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The Temple of Human Passions, also known as the Horta-Lambeaux Pavilion, is a neoclassical pavilion in the form of a Greek temple that was built by Victor Horta in 1896 in the Parc du Cinquantenaire/Jubelpark of Brussels, Belgium. Although classical in appearance, the building shows the first steps of the young Victor Horta towards Art Nouveau. It was designed to serve as a permanent showcase for a large marble relief The Human Passions by Jef Lambeaux. Since its completion, the building has remained almost permanently closed. Since 2014, the building is accessible during the summer time.

Wikipedia: Temple of Human Passions (EN), Heritage Website

12. Van Buuren Museum & Garden

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The Museum David and Alice Van Buuren is a private house, now a museum, built from 1924 to 1928 for banker and art collector David Van Buuren and his wife Alice in Uccle, a municipality of Brussels, Belgium. The house was decorated by David and Alice as a total work of art to present their art collection in a rich Art Deco interior. The house is surrounded by gardens designed by Jules Buyssens in 1925 and René Pechère in 1968 and 1970. The private house became a museum in 1975 according to the testament of Alice Van Buuren. It was declared a National Heritage Site in 2001.

Wikipedia: Museum David and Alice van Buuren (EN), Website

13. Royal Mint Theatre

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The Royal Theatre of La Monnaie is an opera house in central Brussels, Belgium. The National Opera of Belgium, a federal institution, takes the name of this theatre in which it is housed—La Monnaie in French or De Munt in Dutch—referring both to the building as well as the opera company. As Belgium's leading opera house, it is one of the few cultural institutions to receive financial support from the Federal Government of Belgium. Other opera houses in Belgium, such as the Vlaamse Opera and the Opéra Royal de Wallonie, are funded by regional governments.

Wikipedia: La Monnaie (EN), Website

14. Peter Pan

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The statue of Peter Pan is a 1912 bronze sculpture of J. M. Barrie's character Peter Pan. It was commissioned by Barrie and made by Sir George Frampton. The original statue is displayed in Kensington Gardens in London, to the west of The Long Water, close to Barrie's former home on Bayswater Road. Barrie's stories were inspired in part by the gardens: the statue is at the place where Peter Pan lands in Barrie's 1902 book The Little White Bird after flying out of his nursery. Six other casts made by Frampton have been erected in other places around the world.

Wikipedia: Peter Pan statue (EN)

15. Parlamentarium

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The Parlamentarium is the visitors' centre of the European Parliament and is located in the Parliament's Espace Léopold complex in Brussels. The official opening was on 14 October 2011 by President of the European Parliament Jerzy Buzek. The permanent exhibition contains hundreds of multimedia components, explaining the European Parliament and other European Union institutions. The entrance to the centre is located on the Parliament's esplanade. It is the largest parliamentary visitors' centre in Europe, and the second largest in the world.

Wikipedia: Parlamentarium (EN), Website

16. Hôtel de Roest d'Alkemade

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The Hotel de Roest d'Alkemade is a monumental building on the Lievevrouwbroersstraat in Brussels. The mansion in late Baroque style dates from the period after the bombardment of Brussels by Villeroy (1695) and was built around 1715. The façade is 23 meters high. The name refers to the noble family De Roest d'Alkemade. The building housed government services, a curtain shop, an athenaeum, a postcard publisher and a dance school. The building has been a protected monument since 25 June 1992. In the building is the Cercle des Voyageurs.

Wikipedia: Hotel de Roest d'Alkemade (NL), Heritage Website

17. National Basilica of the Sacred Heart

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The National Basilica of the Sacred Heart is a Roman Catholic Minor Basilica and parish church in Brussels, Belgium. It is dedicated to the Sacred Heart, inspired by the Basilique du Sacré-Coeur in Paris. Symbolically, King Leopold II laid the first stone in 1905 during the celebrations of the 75th anniversary of Belgian Independence. The construction was halted by the two World Wars and finished only in 1970. Belonging to the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Mechelen–Brussels, it is one of the largest churches by area in the world.

Wikipedia: Basilica of the Sacred Heart, Brussels (EN)

18. Parc de la Porte de Hal - Hallepoortpark

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The Hallepoort park is a small public district park in Brussels, situated at the Halle gate between the two directions of the Small Ring of Brussels. The park covers an area of 3.2 hectares. The park is located in the extreme south of the part of the city of Brussels within the Pentagon, and borders from southwest to southeastern border on the territory of the Brussels municipality of Saint-Gilles. The park offers relaxation area but also has a passage function. It is a neighborhood park for the Marolles.

Wikipedia: Hallepoortpark (NL)

19. Musée Wiertz Museum

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The Wiertz Museum is a museum dedicated to the oeuvre of one artist; The painter, sculptor and writer Antoine Wiertz (1806-1865). The Wiertz Museum in the Vautierstraat in the Brussels municipality of Ixelles, was built as a studio with a home at the expense of the State for the painter Antoine Wiertz, who would leave seven monumental paintings in return. Pretty shortly after the artist's death, the studio became a museum. Henri or Hendrik Conscience lived in the house from 1868, until his death in 1883.

Wikipedia: Wiertzmuseum (NL), Website

20. Bois de la Cambre - Ter Kamerenbos

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The Bois de la Cambre or Ter Kamerenbos (Dutch) is an urban public park in Brussels, Belgium. It lies in the south of the Brussels-Capital Region, in the municipality of the City of Brussels, and covers an area of 1.23 km2 (0.47 sq mi), forming a natural offshoot of the Sonian Forest, which penetrates deep into the city in the south-east of Brussels. It is linked to the rest of the municipality by the Avenue Louise/Louizalaan, which was built in 1861, at the same time the park was laid out.

Wikipedia: Bois de la Cambre (EN)

21. Grande mosquée de Bruxelles - Grote Moskee van Brussel

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The Great Mosque of Brussels is a Muslim place of worship located in the Parc du Cinquantenaire in Brussels. Built in 1897 as an exhibition attraction, it was transformed into a Muslim place of worship in 1978 by Saudi Arabia, which managed it for forty years. Since April 2019, it has been headed by the Executive of Muslims of Belgium, close to the Moroccan administration. It is no longer the most important mosque in Brussels, neither in area, nor in number of faithful, nor in influence.

Wikipedia: Grande mosquée de Bruxelles (FR), Heritage Website

22. Monument aux pionniers belges au Congo - Monument voor de Belgische pioniers in Congo

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The Monument to the Belgian Pioneers in Congo is an allegorical monument in the Parc du Cinquantenaire/Jubelpark in Brussels, Belgium. It was designed by the sculptor Thomas Vinçotte and crafted between 1911 and 1921 to commemorate the Congo Free State. In particular, it honours the Belgian 'pioneers' (soldiers) who brought 'civilisation' to the Congo, especially through the Congo–Arab War (1892–1894) that sought to conquer present-day East Congo and end the Arab slave trade there.

Wikipedia: Monument to the Belgian Pioneers in Congo (EN), Heritage Website

23. La Cambre Abbey

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La Cambre Abbey or Ter Kameren Abbey is a former Cistercian abbey in the City of Brussels, Belgium. It is located in the Maelbeek valley between the Bois de la Cambre/Ter Kamerenbos and the Ixelles Ponds. The abbey church is a Catholic parish of the Archdiocese of Mechelen–Brussels and home to a community of Norbertine canons, while other parts of the monastery house the headquarters of the Belgian National Geographic Institute and La Cambre, a prestigious visual arts school.

Wikipedia: La Cambre Abbey (EN)

24. Wiels

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Wiels is a contemporary art centre situated in Forest, in the Brussels Capital Region, Belgium in a former brewery. The centre opened in 2007. It has three exhibition platforms with a total exhibition space of 1,800 m2 (19,000 sq ft), an auditorium, studio workshops for artists-in-residence, and a café/foyer and bookshop in the former brewing hall. Wiels has no collection, instead putting on temporary exhibitions by national and international artists.

Wikipedia: Wiels (EN), Website

25. Autoworld Museum

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Autoworld is a museum of vintage cars in Brussels, Belgium. It is located in the South Hall of the Parc du Cinquantenaire/Jubelpark, and displays a large and varied collection of over 250 European and American automobiles from the late 19th century to the 1990s. It is notable for its collections of early and Belgian-produced vehicles, including Minervas and several limousines belonging to the Belgian Royal Family.

Wikipedia: Autoworld (museum) (EN), Website

26. Église du Précieux-Sang - Kostbaar Bloedkerk

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The Church of the Precious Blood is a Roman Catholic church located at Rue du Coq in Uccle, a municipality in the city of Brussels, Belgium. Built in 1950 it is a place of worship of the parish of the same name erected in 1941 The architect is Chrétien Veraart. The construction was completed in 1950, with the baptismal font designed by Julien Scutenaire, and its official consecration was celebrated in 1961.

Wikipedia: Église du Précieux-Sang (Bruxelles) (FR)

27. Francisco Ferrer

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Francisco Ferrer

The Francisco Ferrer Monument is a bronze statue of Free Thought, dedicated to the anarchist educational reformer Francisco Ferrer. The work of Auguste Puttemans was founded in 1911, two years after Ferrer's hasty execution, and has been located since 1984 in the central reservation of the Franklin Rooseveltlaan in Brussels, opposite the rectorate of the Université Libre de Bruxelles.

Wikipedia: Monument Francisco Ferrer (NL)

28. Monument à la Dynastie - Monument voor de Dynastie

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The Monument to the Dynasty is a monument in honor of King Leopold I of Belgium in the park of Laeken in Brussels. The monument is located on the Place de la Dynastie on top of a hill 50 meters high. The monument ends the monumental axis that starts from the gate of Laeken Castle and leads to the monument after crossing the avenue of the Royal Park via the Avenue de la Dynastie.

Wikipedia: Monument à la Dynastie (FR)

29. Saint Michael and Gudula Cathedral

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The Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula, usually shortened to the Cathedral of St. Gudula or St. Gudula by locals, is a medieval Roman Catholic cathedral in central Brussels, Belgium. It is dedicated to Saint Michael and Saint Gudula, the patron saints of the City of Brussels, and is considered to be one of the finest examples of Brabantine Gothic architecture.

Wikipedia: Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula (EN)

30. Musée de la Porte de Hal - Hallepoort Museum

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The Halle Gate is a former medieval city gate and the last vestige of the second walls of Brussels, Belgium. Built between 1381 and 1383, it was heavily restored in the 19th century in its current neo-Gothic style by the architect Henri Beyaert. It is now a museum dedicated to the medieval City of Brussels, part of the Royal Museums of Art and History (RMAH).

Wikipedia: Halle Gate (EN), Website

31. Monument au Travail - Monument aan de Arbeid

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The Monument to Work in Brussels is located in the Laeken section, north of the large Vergote basin, on the Quai des Yachts. The monument erected by the architect Mario Knauer in 1930, features five bronze sculptures and four high reliefs, works of the sculptor Constantin Meunier (1831-1905) who from the 1890s worked on this project completed posthumously.

Wikipedia: Monument au Travail (FR)

32. Archs of the Cinquantenaire

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The Cinquantenaire Arcade is a memorial arcade in the centre of the Parc du Cinquantenaire/Jubelpark in Brussels, Belgium. The centrepiece is a monumental triple arch known as the Cinquantenaire Arch. It is topped by a bronze quadriga sculptural group with a female charioteer, representing the Province of Brabant personified raising the national flag.

Wikipedia: Cinquantenaire Arcade (EN), Heritage Website

33. Chapel of the Resurrection

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The Chapel of the Resurrection, also known as the Chapel for Europe, is an ecumenical Catholic chapel located at 24 rue van Maerlant, in the heart of the European quarter of Brussels. The activities are celebrated in several languages, but mainly in English and French. The pastoral responsibility of the Chapel was entrusted to the Jesuits.

Wikipedia: Chapelle de la Résurrection (FR), Website

34. Palais des Académies - Academiënpaleis

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Palais des Académies - Academiënpaleis

The Academy Palace or Palace of the Academies is a neoclassical palace in Brussels, Belgium. It was originally built between 1823 and 1828 for Prince William II of Orange. Today, it houses five Belgian academies including the Royal Academies for Science and the Arts of Belgium (RASAB). In English, it is also often called the Academy House.

Wikipedia: Academy Palace (EN), Heritage Website

35. Parc Pierre Paulus - Pierre Pauluspark

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The Pierre Pauluspark or Pieter Paulus van Parma Park is a public park in Sint-Gillis in the Brussels-Capital Region. The Park of 1.2 hectares in size is located between Parmastraat and Munthofstraat and is managed by the municipality of Sint-Gillis The park is named after the Belgian expressionist painter Baron Pierre Paulus.

Wikipedia: Pierre Pauluspark (NL)

36. Musée Magritte Museum

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Musée Magritte Museum

The Magritte Museum is an art museum in central Brussels, Belgium, dedicated to the work of the Belgian surrealist artist, René Magritte. It is one of the constituent museums of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. It is served by Brussels Central Station, as well as by the metro stations Parc/Park and Trône/Troon.

Wikipedia: Magritte Museum (EN), Website

37. Théâtre de Poche

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The Théâtre de Poche is a theatrical institution founded in Brussels in 1951 by Roger Domani and Roland Ravez. It has been installed at the entrance of the Bois de la Cambre since 1966. Initially experimental in its texts and forms, the Théâtre de Poche began in the 1990s on a theatre devoted to social issues.

Wikipedia: Théâtre de Poche (Bruxelles) (FR), Website

38. Hôtel Errera - Errerahuis

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The Hotel Errera or the Errera House is a building on the corner of Rue Baron Horta and Rue Royale in the Belgian capital Brussels. It is located near the Parc de Bruxelles, diagonally opposite the Royal Palace of Brussels, and adjacent to the Centre for Fine Arts. It is a city palace built between 1779 and 1782.

Wikipedia: Hotel Errera (NL), Heritage Website

39. Museum for Natural Sciences of Belgium

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The Museum of Natural Sciences of Belgium is a museum dedicated to natural history, located in Brussels, Belgium. The museum is a part of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences. Its most important pieces are 30 fossilised Iguanodon skeletons, which were discovered in 1878 in Bernissart, Belgium.

Wikipedia: Museum of Natural Sciences (EN), Website

40. Théâtre Royal des Galeries

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The Théâtre royal des Galeries is a theatre in central Brussels, Belgium, subsidised by the French Community of Belgium. It opened in 1847 and has continuously hosted theatrical activities ever since. It is located in the Royal Saint-Hubert Galleries and can be accessed from Brussels Central Station.

Wikipedia: Théâtre Royal des Galeries (EN), Website

41. Residence of the Dukes of Brabant

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The "House of the Dukes of Brabant", so called because of the busts of Dukes of Brabant that adorn its façade, is a set of seven houses of "classicizing baroque style" grouped behind a unique monumental façade that majestically occupies the entire east side of the Grand-Place of Brussels in Belgium.

Wikipedia: Maison des Ducs de Brabant (FR)

42. Brussels Town Hall

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The Town Hall of the City of Brussels is a landmark building and the seat of the City of Brussels municipality of Brussels, Belgium. It is located on the south side of the famous Grand-Place/Grote Markt, opposite the neo-Gothic King's House or Bread House building, housing the Brussels City Museum.

Wikipedia: Brussels Town Hall (EN)

43. Obélisque Anspach - Obelisk Anspach

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The Anspach Fountain is an eclectic-style fountain-obelisk erected in 1897 in the centre of the Place de Brouckère/De Brouckèreplein in Brussels, Belgium. Designed by the architect Charles-Émile Janlet, it is dedicated to the memory of Jules Anspach, a former mayor of the City of Brussels.

Wikipedia: Anspach Fountain (EN)

44. Hôtel Otlet - Huis Otlet

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The Hôtel Otlet is an Art Nouveau building designed by Octave van Rysselberghe on the corner of the Rue de Florence/Florencestraat and the Rue de Livourne/Livornostraat in Brussels, Belgium. This work marks the still cautious insertion of Van Rysselberghe into the current of Art Nouveau.

Wikipedia: Hôtel Otlet (EN)

45. Maison Saint-Cyr - Huis Saint-Cyr

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The Saint-Cyr House is a town house in Brussels, Belgium. It was built by the architect Gustave Strauven, between 1901 and 1903, in Art Nouveau style. It is Strauven's most important building, and served as a private residence for the painter and decorator George Léonard de Saint-Cyr.

Wikipedia: Saint-Cyr House (EN)

46. Jardin de la Vallée du Maelbeek - Maalbeekdaltuin

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The Jardin de la vallée du Maelbeek (French) or Maalbeekdaltuin (Dutch) is a small green space on the corner of the Rue de la Loi/Wetstraat and the Chaussée d'Etterbeek/Etterbeeksesteenweg at the heart of the European Quarter of Brussels, Belgium. It was inaugurated on 13 May 1951.

Wikipedia: Jardin du Maelbeek (EN)

47. Belgian Comic Strip Center

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The Belgian Comic Strip Center is a museum in Brussels, Belgium, dedicated to Belgian comics. It is located at 20, rue des Sables/Zandstraat, in an Art Nouveau building designed by Victor Horta, and can be accessed from Brussels-Congress railway station and Brussels Central Station.

Wikipedia: Belgian Comic Strip Center (EN), Website

48. Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

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The tomb of the unknown soldier is a monument in Brussels where the remains of an unknown soldier were buried on 11 November 1922. The monument is located at the foot of the Congress Column, which commemorates the National Congress of 1830, which ratified the Belgian Constitution.

Wikipedia: Graf van de onbekende soldaat (Brussel) (NL)

49. Great Synagogue of Europe

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Great Synagogue of Europe

The Great Synagogue of Brussels, seat of the Central Israelite Consistory of Belgium (CCIB), is the nerve center of Belgian Judaism. The latter, enshrined by the decree of 17 March 1808, acquired the status of officially recognized religion via the royal decree of 21 May 1832.

Wikipedia: Grande synagogue de Bruxelles (FR)

50. Fountain of Minerva

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The Fountain of Minerva is a fountain erected on the Place du Grand Sablon in Brussels, Belgium thanks to a testamentary gift from Lord Thomas Bruce, 2nd Earl of Ailesbury and 3rd Earl of Elgin, in gratitude to the city for the hospitality he received there during his exile.

Wikipedia: Fontaine de Minerve (Bruxelles) (FR)

51. Église Saint-Nicolas - Sint-Niklaaskerk

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The Church of St. Nicholas of Brussels, built around 1125, is one of the first four churches in the city of Brussels in Belgium and the best preserved in its successive developments. Being next to the Palais de la Bourse, it is commonly known as Saint-Nicolas de la Bourse.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Nicolas (Bruxelles) (FR)

52. Église de l'Épiphanie - Driekoningenkerk

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Église de l'Épiphanie - Driekoningenkerk

The Church of the Epiphany is a Catholic place of worship located at 470B rue de Genève in Schaerbeek (Brussels). In no way similar to what is generally considered a 'church' it is partially integrated into a residential and commercial building. The parish is bilingual.

Wikipedia: Église de l'Épiphanie (Schaerbeek) (FR)

53. Salle Allende - Art contemporain

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The Université libre de Bruxelles is a French-speaking research university in Brussels, Belgium. ULB is one of the two institutions tracing their origins to the Free University of Brussels, founded in 1834 by the lawyer and liberal politician Pierre-Théodore Verhaegen.

Wikipedia: Université libre de Bruxelles (EN)

54. Comtes d'Egmont et de Hornes - Graven van Egmont en Hoorn

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The fountain of the Counts of Egmont and Hornes, located in the Petit Sablon square in Brussels, is a monument to the memory of the Counts of Egmont and Hornes, beheaded on 5 June 1568 at the beginning of the Dutch uprising against King Philip II of Spain.

Wikipedia: Fontaine des comtes d'Egmont et de Hornes (FR)

55. Église Saint-Gilles - Sint-Gilliskerk

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Église Saint-Gilles - Sint-Gilliskerk

The church of Saint-Gilles is a Catholic religious building located on the territory of the Brussels municipality of Saint-Gilles (Belgium) Built in eclectic style in 1868 it is - successively - the third place of worship of the Catholic parish community.

Wikipedia: Église Saint-Gilles de Bruxelles (FR)

56. Parc de Wolvendael - Wolvendaelpark

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Wolvendael Park is a Brussels park of about 18 hectares, located in the municipality of Uccle in Brussels, south of the Square des Héros and Avenue de Fré, and north of the Dieweg cemetery. it occupies the southern slope of the former Ukkelbeek valley.

Wikipedia: Parc du Wolvendael (FR)

57. Signaal van Zellik

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The Signal of Zellik is a sculpture by the Belgian architect and sculptor Jacques Moeschal. The Zellik signal is located on the central reservation of the E40 Brussels-Ostend motorway at the junction with the Brussels ring road in Groot-Bijgaarden.

Wikipedia: Signaal van Zellik (NL), Heritage Website

58. Church of Our Lady of Laeken

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The Church of Our Lady of Laeken is a neo-Gothic Roman Catholic church in the Brussels district of Laeken, Belgium. It was originally built in memory of Queen Louise-Marie, wife of King Leopold I, to the design of the architect Joseph Poelaert.

Wikipedia: Church of Our Lady of Laeken (EN)

59. Théâtre Molière

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Théâtre Molière

Located in the Porte de Namur district, the Théâtre Molière has a capacity of 375 seats. It is managed by the non-profit association Muziekpublique which highlights world music, in the form of concerts, master-classes, workshops and courses.

Wikipedia: Théâtre Molière (Ixelles) (FR)

60. La Brabançonne

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The Brabançonne statue is a statue located on the Place Surlet de Chokier in Brussels, the capital of Belgium, and which was erected to the glory of the national anthem of Belgium in 1930, exactly a century after the Belgian Revolution.

Wikipedia: Statue de la Brabançonne (FR)

61. Théâtre des Martyrs

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Théâtre des Martyrs

The Théâtre des Martyrs is a theatre in Brussels, located on Place des Martyrs. Directed by director Daniel Scahaise between 1998 and 2015, it is now under the artistic direction of director Philippe Sireuil, since January 1, 2016.

Wikipedia: Théâtre de la Place des Martyrs (FR), Website

62. Square Frère-Orban - Frère-Orbansquare

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Square Frère-Orban is a square and park in the Leopold district of Brussels. It has an area of 75 acres and is named after the Belgian politician and Prime Minister Walthère Frère-Orban. Initially it was called Sint-Jozefplein.

Wikipedia: Frère-Orbansquare (NL)

63. Museum of Abstract Art

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The Museum of Abstract Art (mak), located in the spray of downtown Brussels, is a reference for Belgian abstract art. The series includes 20th century paintings and 20th century sculptures, photographs, models and applied art.

Wikipedia: Museum voor Abstracte Kunst (NL), Website

64. Église Saint-Marc - Sint-Markuskerk

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The St. Mark's Church is a church building and hall complex in the Belgian municipality of Uccle in the Brussels-Capital Region. The church is located at Avenue de Frélaan 76 in the northeast of the municipality of Uccle.

Wikipedia: Sint-Markuskerk (Ukkel) (NL)

65. Église Notre-Dame du Rosaire - Onze-Lieve-Vrouw van de Rozenkranskerk

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The Church of Our Lady of the Rosary is a church building in the Belgian municipality of Uccle in the Brussels-Capital Region. The church is located on the Montjoielaan in the northwest of the municipality of Uccle.

Wikipedia: Onze-Lieve-Vrouw van de Rozenkranskerk (Ukkel) (NL)

66. Église Sainte-Thérèse d'Avila - Sint-Teresia van Avilakerk

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Église Sainte-Thérèse d'Avila - Sint-Teresia van Avilakerk

The Church of St. Teresa of Avila, Mar Addaï Church and Mar Mari is a religious building located at 352 Avenue Rogier, between Place Général Meiser and Rue des Pavots, in the Brussels municipality of Schaerbeek.

Wikipedia: Église Sainte-Thérèse d'Avila (Schaerbeek) (FR)

67. Galerie du Roi - Koningsgalerij

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The Galerie du Roi in Brussels is part of the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert built by architect Jean-Pierre Cluysenaar and extends from Rue des Bouchers to Rue d'Arenberg. It houses the Théâtre royal des Galeries.

Wikipedia: Galerie du Roi (FR)

68. Albert Ⅰ

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The Equestrian Statue of Albert I is a bronze equestrian statue erected in Brussels, Belgium, in memory of King Albert I, third King of the Belgians. It was created by the sculptor Alfred Courtens in 1951.

Wikipedia: Equestrian Statue of Albert I, Brussels (EN)

69. Musée du CPAS de Bruxelles - Museum van het OCMW van Brussel

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The Museum of the Public Centre for Social Welfare of Brussels is a museum in the Marolles district. It is located high in an administrative building and can only be visited for about eight hours a week.

Wikipedia: Museum van het Openbaar Centrum voor Maatschappelijk Welzijn van Brussel (NL), Website

70. Monument Odilon-Jean Périer

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The Odilon-Jean Périer monument, also called Fontaine du Poète, is a reconstructed stone monument, enhanced with bronze, placed in 1949 and designed by architects Maurice Houyoux and Joseph Diongre.

Wikipedia: Monument Odilon-Jean Périer (FR)


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