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Manneken Pis

470 Reviews
607m from downtown
"The famous bronze statue of a boy, a small statue of a five-year-old boy with a fountain in a pedestrian area in the city center, is the city marker of Brussels. Height is about 53cm, but it's been around for hundreds of years. The original bronze statue of the statue was built in 1619 by the Belgian sculptor Jerome Duquesnoir, and is currently preserved in the Brussels City Museum. It is now displayed in the original site near the Brussels Grand Plaza. The Duke of Gottfried III, who led the army against foreign enemies in 1142, put his youngest son in the cradle and hung him from a tree as a morale-boosting device in the army when it was defeated. He was able to defeat the enemy and win victory.The story two: less than half the night up to pee, see the neighbor's house on fire, but can not find water to put out the fire, suddenly, he had a brainwave, with the urine put out the fire, rescued the trapped people. A bronze statue was made here to honor the memory of less than one, but the ancient Spanish invaders who had been leaving Brussels tried to blow up the city with dynamite, but less than one night urinated and watered out the fuse, thereby saving Brussels. Flat 4: To subdue the Brusselsians, the rulers of the Holy Roman Empire intended to blow up the region with explosives, and in a silent night German soldiers laid many explosives in a quiet street called Edouf. At this time, less than even found the German soldiers buried explosives, they hide, waiting for them to light the fuse, from the side of a urine, doused the fuse, but the traces exposed, was shot dead by arrows tickets unlimited time address: 1000 Brussels, Belgian traffic: About 200 meters from Brussels Grand Plaza, at the corner of the intersection, opposite Godiva Chocolate Store"


277 Reviews
5km from downtown
Modern Architecture
"Atomic Ball Towers are located in a park on the northern outskirts of Brussels, one of the city's most famous landmarks, nicknamed the Eiffel Tower in Brussels. Designed by Belgian engineer Watcairn, this exquisite and novel model of space-time is a memorial building for the 1958 World Expo, which ended with the demolition of the exhibits that had been intended to remain in the atomic sphere for only six months, and the original remains are now. The atomic sphere tower is designed to enlarge the model of the metallic iron molecules by 165 billion times. The tower is built of thick steel pipes, which form a square of nine huge metal spheres. The round-ball revolving restaurant enjoys the view of Brussels while eating. Tickets: 15 euros (including top-up) voice guide 2 euros (including Chinese explanation) Time: 10:00-18:00 Location: Pl. de l'Atomium 1, 1020 Bruxelles Transportation: You can take Metro Line 6 and Line 3, and walk 10 minutes after getting off at Haysel/Heizal Station."

St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral

103 Reviews
652m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
"The Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula is a medieval Roman Catholic church in Brussels, central Belgium. It was dedicated to Saint Michael and Saint Gudura of Brussels and is considered one of the best examples of Brabantín Gothic architecture. The construction of the church began in the 11th century and was almost completed by the 16th century, although its interior was often modified in the following centuries. The church was granted cathedral status in 1962."

Belgian Comic Strip Center

83 Reviews
595m from downtown
"Belgian Comic Art Center The center is located in the building of a former department store (Magasins Waucquez) in the business district of Brussels, and exhibits comics in French, Dutch and English. All areas of comic art are involved, including science fiction, western, crime, and children's comics. In this historic building designed by Belgian Art Nouveau architect Victor Horta."

La Maison du Cygne

60 Reviews
447m from downtown
Historical Architecture
"The Swan Cafe is one of the buildings on the Grand Place in Brussels, Belgium. This building is also full of exquisite baroque decorations. The most iconic thing is the white swan on the door. This cafe is made by the great men of Marx and Engels. Given the profound historical background here, the price of the restaurant’s products is still a bit high, but the view is still good, you can watch the bustling square and enjoy a cup of coffee."

European Commission

23 Reviews
2.3km from downtown
Modern Architecture
"The new EU headquarters building is located in a cross-shaped building at 200 Law Street in Brussels, Belgium. The Bellem Mon Building, shaped like X, is the most symbolic building in Brussels, Belgium. It became the European Community since it was completed in 1967. The current EU headquarters office building, the Belgian government ownership of the Bel Lemon building, the EU lease access address: Rue de la Loi 200, 1000 Bruxelles Transportation: Metro Line 5 or bus to Schuman, you can see the building after exiting the station."