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This little park was one of the most beautiful and elaborate public spaces I've ever seen, and it is just across the road from Notre Dame du Sablon church and a little area full of restaurants, as well as being on a stop of the...More
Place (Jardin) du Petit Sablon is a beautiful lovely little garden/parc with a very nice fountain and a statue of two counts whose heads had been decapitated in the year 1568 because they tried to prevent from king Phillipe the second of Spain to bring...More
This pretty little parc or garden is surrounded by statues of famous Belgian men (only men were famous in the old days). It’s a delightful and peaceful spot - but maybe not the best place to visit if you are a #MeToo kind of person.
What a beautiful little park! The statues all around the park and gate and fun to look at and read who they represent. The bushes are designed like something out of Alice in Wonderland and the view of the cathedral across the street make for...More
This little pocket park is one of the most interesting spots in the city. The formal garden is surrounded by dozens of statues of olden-day professions each sitting on a unique pillar and framed by a unique section of iron work fencing. You can Google...More
Easy to miss as it's right at the top of Place du Grand Sablon, which is a good place to sit outside one of the many cafes and watch the world go by. If you're a smoker, the tobacconist Davidoff has excellent choice, with many...More