Explore interesting sights in Jette, 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 7 sights are available in Jette, Belgium.Sightseeing Tours in Jette
1. Brussels Expo
The Brussels Exhibition Centre, also known as Brussels Expo, is the most important event complex in Brussels, Belgium. Located on the Heysel/Heizel Plateau in Laeken, the twelve halls that comprise it are used for the largest national and international trade fairs, exhibitions and other events. With 115,000 m2 (1,240,000 sq ft) of facility space, they constitute the largest exhibition space in the Benelux. They are also a remarkable witness to the evolution of construction techniques during the 20th century.
Mini-Europe is a miniature park located in the Bruparck entertainment park, at the foot of the Atomium, in Brussels, Belgium. Mini-Europe has reproductions of monuments in the European Union and other countries within the continent of Europe on display, at a scale of 1:25. Roughly 80 cities and 350 buildings are represented. Mini-Europe receives 350,000 visitors per year and has a turnover of €4 million.
3. American Theater
The American theater is the name used since 1958 for the studios of the Flemish radio and television broadcaster on the Heysel Brussels. The complex is made up of the remains of the American pavilion of Expo 58, the World Exhibition of 1958 in Brussels. Located in the Lakense Ossegempark on the corner of Madridlaan and Dikkelindelaan. The VRT only stopped broadcasting from the building in 2012.
4. Boule et Bill - Bollie en Billie
Boule et Bill is a popular comic, created in 1959 by Belgian writer-artist Jean Roba in collaboration with Maurice Rosy. In 2003, the artistic responsibility of the series was passed on to Roba's former assistant Laurent Verron. The stories center on a typical family: a man and his wife, their young son Boule and Bill the cocker spaniel.
5. Villa gallo-romaine - Gallo-Romeinse villa
The Roman villa Jette is an archaeological site of a Roman villa in the Belgian municipality of Jette in the Brussels-Capital Region. The site is located south-east of the Laarbeekbos in the King Boudewijnpark on the Bosstraat. About 200 meters south, the Molenbeek-Pontbeek flows.
6. Parc d'Osseghem - Ossegempark
The Osseghem Park is a 17 -hectare forest park located on the Heysel plateau in Brussels. It was set up between 1927 and 1935, on the initiative of Léopold II, in terms of the landscape architect Jules Buyssens, as part of the organization of the 1935 Universal Exhibition.
7. Parc de Laeken - Park van Laken
Laeken Park is a public park in Brussels created in the 19th century at the instigation of King Leopold II. Landscaped in style, it covers more than 186 hectares. It is located in front of the Royal Castle of Laeken.
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