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Map of cities in Belgium

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Map of cities in Belgium
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Architecture of Belgium in pictures

Culture of regions in Belgium

Impressive tourists will be amazed by interesting sculptures located on the territory of the capital of Belgium. The famous “Manneken Pis” is not the only interesting monument in the city. By the way, in the capital of Belgium there is also a statue of “Jeanneke-Pis”. Among the other notable monuments you will come across are De Vaartkapoen, the most fun-generated statue in Brussels, and Everard’t Serclaes, which is striking with its mysticism. There is also the Infantry Memorial, … Read more
Torture Museum Oude Steen is an equally remarkable place where you can look at how inventive people can be – here is a huge collection of torture materials. The faint-hearted and children are better off not going to this institution, but they are welcome to visit all other places. The Bruges Beer Experience is sure to capture everyone’s interest, where, in addition to learning everything about the history of beer, you can taste a drink and choose the best variety for yourself, as a bonus. … Read more
You can feel the spirit of the old city by walking along the Vlaeykensgang Street – this is a kind of hidden treasure of the world capital of diamonds; so to speak, a pearl among diamonds. The entrance to the street is covered by a high arch-door, and the street itself is situated far from the main square. The effort spent in finding it will definitely cause no regret. There are overhanging arches of old houses and fountains – and all this creates an unforgettable atmosphere of immersion in … Read more
One of Ostend's most iconic attractions is the Zeilschip Mercator ship moored off the North Sea coast. The barquentine was designed and built by GL Watson & Co as a training ship for the Belgian merchant fleet. The ship was first launched in 1932 for the Belgian-French expedition, the final destination of which was Tahiti. During the Second World War, the ship was used for observations. After the tragic events, the Mercator needed restoration works, which were carried out in 1951. Its current … Read more
Two streets are ideal for a leisurely stroll in the pearl of Flanders – Graslei and the already mentioned Korenlei. There is a fascinating sense of proximity to something unusual in the air and, indeed, the streets witnessed many important historical events in Western Europe. Along the embankment there are many interesting restaurants and cafes, as well as small beautiful “gingerbread houses”. Also deserving of special mention are the Korenmarkt and Vrijdagmarkt – two ancient squares … Read more
Spa is rich in symbolic historical attractions. One of the most significant ones is Poûhon Pierre-le-Grand. Peter the Great spent several weeks at the resort in 1717 and stayed exactly at this pavilion. Before his departure, near the spring the big marble slab, on which the words of appreciation on behalf of Peter the Great had been graved, was placed. In 1880, the pavilion was reconstructed. There is a beautiful winter garden near the pavilion that is decorated with sophisticated canvasses of … Read more
The symbol of the city is the 374-step staircase called Montagne de Bueren. The attraction owes its name to Vincent de Bueren who defended Liege from Charles the Bold, the Duke of Burgundy, in the 15th century. The staircase was built in 1881 to commemorate 600 soldiers who died in that battle. It is worth noting that the staircase has been repeatedly ranked among the most extreme stairs according to the Huffington Post, so tourists should be careful when descending. During the celebration of … Read more
Among the religious monuments, it is worth mentioning one more - Saint Anthony's Church and Lourdes Cave striking with its magnificent interior decoration. The exterior is made in Romanesque Revival style, and every element of the interior deserves attention - from the ceiling to the altar. A pleasant walk through the Begijnhofpark will be a memorable event for every tourist who decides to visit this green place. Besides eye-pleasing picturesque natural landscapes, it can boast a historical … Read more

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