Brussels offers to its guests visits to most unusual memorials, interesting museums and theaters. Among the unique monuments of our time we simply can’t fail to mention Atomium. This monument is a huge model of iron molecule. The monument was built in 1958 in honor of the World's Fair. The height of the model is 122 meters. Visitors are allowed to use elevator that will bring you to a specially equipped area, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the city.
Travellers will get introduced with the history of the city in Civic Museum, the collections of which include numerous historical artifacts and art objects. The museum is located in a beautiful historical building that features Gothic Revival style. Young visitors will also find much interesting in visiting another cultural institution - Museum of Natural Science. Among the exhibits of this place you will find rarest dinosaur skeletons. According to archaeologists, the age of some of them is around 120 million years. A walk on an elegant Grand Sablon Square will surely leave great pleasure. Near the square you will also find numerous cafes, restaurants and antique shops. Car lovers will be interested to see a collection of Autoworld exhibition center. Here you will find one of the world's finest collections of antique cars. You will find here as many as 450 cars from different countries of the world.
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