Brussels’ landmark – Manneken Pis – the Little Boy Everyone Is Talking About

“There are always crowds around this little boy and it makes you wonder why you went out of your way to see this small statute of a boy.” Manneken Pis is a famous Brussels’ landmark, designed by Jerome Duquesnoy. It is a small bronze fountain depicting a naked little boy who is urinating into the fountain’s basin. It was put in place in 1618 or 1619 and is located at the intersection of Rue de l’Étuve/Stoofstraat and Rue du Chêne/Eikstraat. Just take left from the famous Grand Palace when you get to the Brussels Town Hall and continue walking for a few hundred meters. The...
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Some Suggestions About Things to do in Brussels

Manneke Pis is one of the must-have-seen categories in this city. Of course there are other attractions to see in this city. If you are looking for a hotel we can recommend you: Bloom Brussels Hotel (starts from 70EUR) or the Hotel Manos Stephanie (starts from 85EUR). The attractions of worth seeing: The Royal Palace of Brussels. This is one of the most beautiful buildings in Brussels. The king of Belgium has his work office in this building. You might be lucky to see him. If you are traveling with children: It would be nice to go to the Comic Strip Museum. Belgium is famous of its greats comic...
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