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Places to Visit in Brussels, Belgium
Mont des Arts
Mont des Arts was dreamed up by King Leopold II, who wanted to surround his palace with beautiful things and beautiful minds. Judge from the wealth of art on offer within a 300m radius the Musee Magritte Museum, which displays the world biggest collection of works of art by the famous Belgian surrealist artist the Royal Museums of Fine Arts, a meeting place for visitors from all over the world, house more than 20 000 old and modern works of art the Palais des Beaux Arts BOZAR (Brussels concert hall and fi ne arts centre) organises events, exhibitions and festivals, and blends art from past and present.History enthusiasts can visit the Coudenberg archaeological site, the vestiges of the medieval palace in times gone by the residence of Emperor Charles V and walk along the old Rue Isabelle, which is now underground. Not far from there, the ING Cultural Centre hosts high quality temporary exhibitions and the church of Saint Jacques on Coudenberg, where the first king of the Belgians swore allegiance to the constitution. Nature treasures are also here in this quarter the Park of Brussels, with its broad treelined walks and its secluded leafy green corners, is undoubtedly the most well used in the capital. Below Place Royale, dont miss the hanging garden of SQUARE, the Brussels Conference Centre.

Ixelles Cemetery
Botanical Garden
Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History
Congress Column
Brussels Town Hall
La Cambre Abbey
Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences

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