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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
@travellerswill@travellerswillI have to say the architecture of the Grand Palace is amazing and very detailed to other parts of Europe I've seen. However, there are too many tourists around and very hard to get a photo with other people photo bombing.
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Statue/Sculpture
兰兔子2015兰兔子2015The monument of the little Hero(Manneken Pis) was build in 1619.
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Modern Architecture
Lucy McCauslandLucy 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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Churches and Cathedrals
sculptorsculptorThe 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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Historical Architecture
sculptorsculptorBelfry is a medieval bell tower located in the center of Bruges, Belgium. This clock tower is one of the most famous symbols of the city. It used to be a national treasury and municipal archives. It was also used as an observation post for fires and other dangers. The octagonal upper part of the bell tower was increased between 1483 and 1487 and was covered with a wooden spire, which was struck by lightning in 1493. Another wooden minaret was crowned on top again for two and a half centuries, and it was burned in 1741. The minaret has never been replaced, so the current height of the building is lower than the top floor.
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Featured Neighborhood
sculptorsculptorSaint-Hubert Promenade is a glass shopping mall located in the center of Brussels, Belgium. Built between 1846 and 1847, this promenade precedes other famous European shopping malls in the 19th century. It resembles the Uffizi (Vasari) of Florence. The long and narrow street-style courtyard has two regular outer walls, which originate from a glass arched storefront in the distance, and both floors are Italian pentagram style. , Under the arched glass pane roof, an exquisite cast iron frame.

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About Belgium

Belgium is the heart of Europe. Home to many European Union offices and international organizations, Belgium is inextricably tied to the continent. In Brussels, diplomats mingle with visitors heading off to see works by Bruegel and other European masters at the Royal Museums. The Grand Place epitomizes European town squares and historic buildings dating to the 14th century form the perfect background for photos. In Antwerp, the famous port city, trendy modern fashion is on display along with stately architectural designs. Ghent is a lovely university town brimming with culture and music. And the medieval town of Bruges has exquisite canals where you can stroll while enjoying some delicious chocolate. Belgium is at the center of things in Europe.

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