Place Royale is the heart of Brussels. The Baroque style here is indeed full of royal style. Various events are often held in the Grand Place. This time it happened to be the celebration of the Belgian Independence Day. The scale was very grand and the event staff wore special Belgian costumes. There are also figures dressed in the Middle Ages, parade with wind instruments, deliver bread, etc. The whole parade is very lively, and you can participate in it and feel the passion of the Belgians.
After seeing the Royal Plaza, I feel that Brussels is the capital of Belgium after all, and I finally saw some beautiful buildings. There are many museums around, but I didn't even go in due to time constraints. The location here is very high, it feels like a building built on a hill, from here you can overlook the entire city of Brussels. Famous sights such as the Royal Palace of Belgium and Brussels Park are nearby.
There was a lot of nonsense downstairs, conflating the Royal Plaza and the Grand Plaza. The Royal Plaza was originally built on the hillside, and now is the Art Mountain below. Geographically speaking, this is a military commanding height. There were also castles here in ancient times. Now there is a bronze statue of the leader of the Crusade in the center of the square. There are many tram lines in the square. It is difficult to avoid those tram lines in this scene, which looks a little messy.