The museum, which has preserved its original atmosphere, is dedicated to painter, sculptor and writer ... Wiertz loved the spectacular, painting giant canvasses to indulge his thirst for the excessive。
It is said that this museum was built on the basis of the previous bread market, today it is a relatively small but very interesting museum, like an art gallery, which also shows some interesting historical items.
This museum is a microcosm of the history and culture of the city, showing some of the history and folklore and cultural artifacts of the city of Brussels is still better to see. Also bigger.
The museum is an old Gothic building, not small in size, and the main attraction I found was the display of some historical and folklore in Brussels, which was quite informative.
This museum is also a better museum, mainly about the history and culture of the city of Brussels. It shows the development of the city in chronological order.