Brussels Grand Place (or Grote Markt) is indeed worthy of its title. Surrounded by spectacularly opulent architecture, predominantly from the late 17th Century, this historic cobblestone market square in the very heart of Brussels is always a hive of activity. Visitors from all around the globe come here in droves to admire the palatial grandeur of La Grand Place. Pictured here is the 19th Century Gothic Revival Style Museum of The City of Brussels, or 'Maison Du Roi' as the building is also known.This museum is home to almost 750 costumes of the famous Manneken Pis statue. This Black and White image has added texture to complete the vintage feel.
October 16th, 2017
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