Brussels Park is the largest park in downtown Brussels. Enter is full of green eyes, and blue sky and white clouds contrast into a brilliant. Nearby are the Brussels Palace and the Belgian Federal Parliament. The whole place is quiet and a good place to rest or exercise.
Now that we're stuck in traffic, we'll just walk across Brussels Park, tall trees, green grass and yellow leaves. It's cold, but I like it.
Two hundred metres from the church to Brussels Park. As soon as I entered the door, I was shocked by the long lawn. In fact, the most important element in it is the long lawn. It's covered with people in Brussels. The largest park in the city centre has a French style garden. When the weather is good, you can often see young people running in the shade. On one side of the park is the Palace of Belgium and on the other is the Parliament. Belgium is a parliamentary country, so the king has no real power. Legend has it that the Belgian people liked to have a king when they were founded, so they went to a principality near Bavaria at that time and found one. The king was totally controlled by Parliament and had no real power. In fact, the Royal Family of Belgium is still related to the Royal Family of Britain.
Brussels Park is the largest park in the city. It is a French garden. Between the avenues are sandy land and lawn, where you can sit and walk, you can't see slogans like "green grass, please don't trample". Of course, we should avoid mowers, there is noise and dust. It's very pleasant to sit in the grass with friends and eat in the sun.
Brussels Park, a picturesque park, started to set up a stand here early in the morning, the original two days here in the EU agricultural exhibition. Don't think that the agricultural product exhibition is a bunch of salami and ham, dry goods from north and south, etc. Belgians have made this exhibition very interesting and interesting. What I am most happy about is that I can try all kinds of European cuisine here, such as cheese, bread, bacon, fruit and so on.