Brussels didn't impress me very much. I just remember buying a lot of chocolates and a small statue of a urinating child. The Royal Square was still amazing when I saw it on the spot. I forgot whether it was a Gothic or a Baroque building. Anyway, the feeling of European style was very strong, and the local people I saw on the roadside were still handsome.
On the penultimate day in Brussels, the temperature suddenly dropped by 10 + degrees. It's better to take a walk around the Royal Square in the cold wind and breathe the cool air. It's better to comfort oneself than sweat. St. Jacob's Church in Cordenburg is the most central building of the Royal Square, with a bronze statue in front of Godfrey, the leader of the Crusade, Buyon. There are also many museums, including the most famous Royal Belgian Museum of Art, which can be visited by one or more museums.
The Royal Square of Brussels is a historic square near the city centre. The surrounding scenic spots are very concentrated. There are many museums around the square. Its geographical location is relatively high, you can see the road around the downward extension, the field of vision is very open.
Just behind the palace, it's worth seeing. There's the Museum of Musical Instruments and the Museum of Magritte in the Royal Square. It's good to sit on the church steps and rest. In the middle of the Royal Square is a statue of a handsome pot riding a horse and holding a flag. It is Godefroy & De & Bouillon of Buyong, one of the principal leaders of the Crusade, who once became king after occupying Jerusalem.
Royal Square is a famous square located in Cordenburg, Brussels, Belgium. The square was originally located in Mount Cordenburg. For seven centuries, there have been castles, ancient palaces of Cordenburg and Duke of Brabant Castle. A bronze statue of Godfrey of Bouillon, leader of the First Crusade, was built in the center of the square. There were nine neoclassical buildings around the square. The same style buildings on the northwest side were followed by the Museum of Musical Instruments. The site of the bronze statue was the old English department store in the style of New Art Movement and the Belway Museum in the northeast.