15 Sights in Evere, Belgium (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Evere, Belgium. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 15 sights are available in Evere, Belgium.

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1. Manneken Pis

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Manneken Pis is a landmark 61 cm (24 in) bronze fountain sculpture in central Brussels, Belgium, depicting a puer mingens or naked little boy urinating into the fountain's basin. It was designed by the Brabantine sculptor Jérôme Duquesnoy the Elder and put in place in 1618 or 1619. The current statue is a replica which dates from 1965. The original is kept in the Brussels City Museum. Manneken Pis is one of the best-known symbols of Brussels and Belgium. It is also an example of belgitude, as well as of folk humour (zwanze) popular in Brussels.

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2. Coudenberg

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Coudenberg / Public domain

The castle, then Palais du Coudenberg, located in the center of the courtyard of the court in Brussels, on the hill of the Coudenberg, was for almost 700 years the residence of the counts, dukes, archdukes, kings, emperors or governors who, from the 12th century Until the 18th century, exercised their sovereignty on the duchy of Brabant and on all or part of the Burgundian Netherlands then Spanish and Austrian. The palace was completely destroyed in an accidental fire that broke out on the night of February 3 to 4, 1731.

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3. Église Sainte-Suzanne - Sint-Suzannakerk

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St. Susanna's Church is a Roman Catholic church located at the intersection of Latin Street and Lesgansin Street in Schalbeck, Brussels, Belgium. The Art Deco church was built on a private initiative between 1926 and 1928 and has been listed as a heritage of the Brussels Capital Region since 2003. Fully renovated from 2014 to 2018, it is one of the Catholic dioceses in the city of Schaerbeek.

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4. Grand-Place - Grote Markt

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The Grand Place or Grote Markt is the central square of Brussels, Belgium. It is surrounded by opulent Baroque guildhalls of the former Guilds of Brussels and two larger edifices; the city's Flamboyant Town Hall, and the neo-Gothic King's House or Bread House building containing the Brussels City Museum. The square measures 68 by 110 metres and is entirely paved.

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5. Train World

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Train World is a railway museum in Belgium and the official museum of the National Railway Company of Belgium. It is situated in the preserved buildings of Schaarbeek railway station and in a new shed built to its north. Although scheduled to open in 2014, its opening was delayed until September 2015. The Museum was solemnly opened by King Philippe.

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6. Het Zinneke

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Het Zinneke, sometimes called Zinneke Pis by analogy with Manneken Pis, is a bronze sculpture in central Brussels, Belgium, erected in 1998. Created by Tom Frantzen, it represents a urinating dog, along the same lines as Manneken Pis and its derivative Jeanneke Pis. It is an example of folk humour (zwanze) popular in Brussels.

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7. Musée Magritte Museum

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The Magritte Museum is a 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.

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8. Église Saints-Jean-et-Etienne aux Minimes - Sint-Jan en Sint-Stefaan Ter Miniemenkerk

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The Sint-Jans and Sint-Stevenskerk der Miniemen or Miniemenkerk is a church in the Marolles in Brussels. The church used to belong to a mini-monastery and is dedicated to Sint-Jan and Sint-Steven. She used to be known for her Loretocultus, now previously for the concerts of classical music that are given.

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9. Tombe du Soldat inconnu - Graf van de Onbekende Soldaat

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The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is a bronze monument where the remains of an Unknown Soldier were buried on November 11, 1922. The monument sits at the bottom of a parliamentary column and commemorates the 1830 National Congress, which approved the Belgian constitution.

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10. Église Saint-Jacques-sur-Coudenberg - Sint-Jacob-op-Koudenberg

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The Church of St. James on Coudenberg is a neoclassical Roman Catholic church located on the historic Place Royale/Koningsplein in central Brussels, Belgium. It is served by Brussels Central Station, as well as by the metro stations Parc/Park and Trône/Troon.

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11. Château du Karreveld - Kasteel Karreveld

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Château du Karreveld - Kasteel Karreveld Olivier Moerens / Public domain

The Karreveld is the name attributed to an old three hectare domain and a château farm in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, a town in northwestern Brussels. Karreveld also determines the name of a district of this town. This space is also a municipal public park.

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12. Musée des instruments de musique - Muziekinstrumentenmuseum

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Brussels Musical Instrument Museum (MIM), founded in 1877, is one of the most important musical instrument museums in the world. His collection includes more than 8,000 musical instruments, of which more than 1,200 are exhibited in museum rooms.

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13. Parc de Bruxelles - Warandepark

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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.

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14. Fontaine de Minerve - Minervafontein

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Minerva Fountain, a fountain in the Grand Sabron Square in Brussels, Belgium, was donated in his will by Lord Thomas Bruce, Earl of Aylesbury II and Earl of Elgin III, to thank the city for the hospitality he received during his exile.

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15. Église Saint-Vincent - Sint-Vincentiuskerk

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The Saint-Vincent church is a religious building located at Place Saint-Vincent in Evere in Belgium. Its origin would be an oratory established by Landry de Soignies around 675 which he devoted to his father Saint Vincent.

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