When you arrive in Brussels, you will find that this is a city of art. There are parks everywhere, and all kinds of statues stand anywhere you can think of. Art needs to accumulate and needs background, and here is a good interpretation.
The 50th Anniversary Park is a large park in the east of Brussels. It is relatively convenient to reach above the rail transit. The park is mainly green, with a large arch and a fountain. It has a relatively simple design. It is a relatively unpopular attraction here, with very few people, so you can enjoy the tranquil scenery of Brussels.
This is the first time to walk in the park in 50 years in winter. There are not many groups of tourists. It is very peaceful and peaceful. It is a scene of the medieval city, with the sunshine of Hexi and the white and delicate sea sand. The citizens exercise in the park. Walk the dog, walk the baby, be free
A huge museum in Brussels is also a very interesting place. This park is quite large, and the amount of government investment is also quite large. The environment of the entire park is also very elegant, and there are many interesting projects.
The Fiftieth Anniversary Park is a large urban park. Most of the buildings around the park were ordered by King Leopold II of Belgium to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the independence of Belgium. The Arc de Triomphe in the middle was built in 1905. The entire body is made of iron, glass and stone, symbolizing the economic and industrial conditions of Belgium at that time. Nearly 30 hectares of parkland is composed of small gardens, ponds and small waterfalls. In the early 20th century, many trade fairs, exhibitions and large-scale celebrations were held. Now, it should be a good place for family gatherings. Many parents take their children to run, play football, and ride bicycles on the grass.