This structure in the shape of an atom is one of the most important landmarks in Brussels. André Waterkeyn created it for the 1958 EXPO.
Spend a fun-filled afternoon in this park which contains miniature iconic landmarks of all European Union member countries at a scale of 1…
The Castle of Laeken, is the official residence of the King of the Belgians and the royal family.
The Church of Our Lady of Laeken is a neo-Gothic Roman Catholic church in Laeken, Brussels.
The Museums of the Far East is a complex of three museums in Laeken, Belgium dedicated to Oriental art and culture, specifically that of…
Enormous trade fair complex which is a site of 60 exhibitions and 90 events yearly. Palais du Centenaire, the main hall, was built in 1935.
The stadium was built in 1930 and fully renovated in the 90s. It is now used for athletics meetings, football and rugby matches and concerts.
The Laeken Cemetery, located in Laeken in the northern part of Brussels, is one of the major old catholic cemeteries in Belgium.
Michel de Ghelderode was an avant-garde Belgian dramatist, writing in French.
Jean-François Portaels or Jan Portaels was a Belgian painter of genre scenes, biblical stories, landscapes, portraits and orientalist…
François-Joseph Navez was a Belgian neo-classical painter.