Brussels' Comic Book Route is a path composed by several comic strip murals, which cover the walls of several buildings throughout the inner City of Brussels, as well as the neighborhoods of Laeken and Auderghem. The large comic strip murals depict scenes from various popular Belgian comics, for instance The Adventures of Tintin, The Smurfs, Lucky Luke, Gaston, Marsupilami and Gil Jourdan.
The project began in 1991 as an initiative of the local authorities of the City of Brussels in collaboration with the Belgian Comic Strip Center. Initially, the project only intended to embellish empty walls and gables of buildings in the city. It then became an opportunity to celebrate the rich comic book heritage of Brussels, which claims to be the capital of the "comic strip".Today, the Brussels' Comic Book Route offers more than 50 mural paintings, most…
More information at Visit Brussels http://visitbrussels.be/bitc/BE_en/monument/6666/broussaille-comic-strip-wall.do
Address Rue du Marché au Charbon , 1000 City of Brussels, Belgium
Coordinates 50°50'46.436" N 4°20'55.131" E