The statue of the Manneken Pis, known as the "First Citizen of Brussels", is a bronze statue of a child urinating naked with arms akimbo. The image is lifelike, about half a meter high. It is said that more than 500 years ago, the little boy named Julian soaked his urine to extinguish the fuse of the offender and saved the residents of the city. Therefore, this image was erected to commemorate him.
This little guy draws the crowd! Apparently people make outfits for him, that I would love to see.
The monument of the little Hero（Manneken Pis） was build in 1619.
This famous statute of a small boy taking a pee embodies the rebellious spirit of Brussels. Initially this statue was a fountain that distributed drinking water starting in the 15th century. Depending on the day he may be decked out in an outfit. His wardrobe is changed on 23 fixed dates with additional clothing dates added. At present the statue has 900 outfits with the Museum of the City of Brussels displaying 100 of these suits.