Brabant Wallon
Belgium
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Things To Do in Brabant Wallon

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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site  
sculptorThe Grand Place is the central square of Brussels, Belgium. It is surrounded by the bustling City Hall and two larger buildings, the City Hall and the King's House which contains the Brussels City Museum. The square is 68 meters long and 110 meters wide.
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Colleen HolbrookThis little guy draws the crowd! Apparently people make outfits for him, that I would love to see.
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Historical Site
小思文Waterloo battlefield site is also an important place, the whole site is also quite large, there are a lot of buildings here, some weapons and equipment of battlefield site and Napoleon's introduction, you can enjoy it, listen to the guide introduction is still very good.
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Modern Architecture
Lucy McCauslandHad a great trip to Brussels and this activity was a real highlight. It was pricier than I imagined but worth the joint ticket with mini-europe!
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City Hall
sculptorBrussels City Hall is a medieval Gothic building. It is located in the famous Grand Place in Brussels, Belgium, opposite the Brussels City Museum. It is the only medieval building preserved in the main square and is considered a masterpiece of folk Gothic architecture. The oldest part of the current city hall is its east wing, built in 1420. The tower of the town hall is 96 meters high in the Brabantine Gothic style and was completed in 1454.
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sculptorThe Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula is a medieval Roman Catholic church in Brussels, central Belgium. It was dedicated to Saint Michael and Saint Gudura of Brussels and is considered one of the best examples of Brabantín Gothic architecture. The construction of the church began in the 11th century and was almost completed by the 16th century, although its interior was often modified in the following centuries. The church was granted cathedral status in 1962.

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