Firstly, the attractions are free of charge, secondly, there is no kid who urinates at all. They are also locked in Tielangue and very small... It's too small to turn right just across the dining street and a small alley on the east side of the main square.........................
If you go in the evening, lock it. I don't know if you will open the iron door in the daytime. Inside a bar street, many people were standing outside drinking and trying to squeeze in. There are few people who come to see this point. I think I'm a little different.
The Jeanneke pis statues doesn't seem as famous as the Manneken Pis statue which is more centrally located and easier to find. Supposedly if you find the Jeanneke Pis statue it is good luck. Make sure to toss in some coins in the small fountain and make a wish. This statue is hidden in a small alley by surrounding pubs and restaurants in Brussels.
At the end of a dozen-meter-long trail covered with bars, it is said that it was built around the 1990s, nearly 400 years apart from Yulian, a urinating child on the other side of the Grand Square "First Citizen". It has been said that if the coin is put into the pool in front of the girl who urinates, it will accompany her lover for a lifetime. It is also said that the owner of a restaurant set up another "girl" for "equality".
Find the urine girl at last! In fact, it's in the seafood street near St. Yubel's Corridor. It's at the end of an alley. It's very secret. It's locked. Urinary Girl is a modern fountain statue, which corresponds to the city standard Urinary Children in Brussels. It is said that a urinating child is not alone. He has a family, consisting of a sister and a dog. However, we did not find a urinating puppy.
This is the heroin of Brussels.