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Planned by King Leopold in the late 19th century, this park holds imposing monuments including the Triumphal Arch, Exposition Halls and the Bordiau Halls, which house the prestigious Museum of Art and History.
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This is an absolutely amazing park in Brussels.It has 2 massive museums,a pretty park and the absolutely,majestic triumphal arch.The Triumphal Arch is spectacular-architecture at its best.When we arrived the museums were pretty much about to close.The focal point of my visit in this park was...More
We arrived just as the marathon was starting, the sight of the triumphal arch and the sounds were wonderful, the PA announcer whipping up the crowd, the area full of energy, thousands of athletes from across the globe were ready to run over 20 miles....More
So this place is surrounded by museums, a beautiful park and ofcourse grand arch itself. One can spend hours around this place and can cover both the museums and at the park. The arch seemed similar to Brandenburg Tor...almost..
You can go right to the top of the monument which provides a great view. It is as impressive as Brandenburg but not as well know. Brussels does not have the same cache as other European capital cities, but it is a great place to...More