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Here you find other ideas for places to visit or events to do in Brussels, not taking into account the appreciation of other visitors for these places, nor for the area, the profile or the same experience.
50 metres farther along, the biggest fresco painted in Brussels is none other than that of Asterix and his companions intent on their favourite hobby: charging at the Romans.
This museum is the result of collaboration between the Royal Museums of Art and History, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and the Royal Library, and charts 18th century intellectual life.
Constructed from 1866 to 1883, this was the largest construction project of its time: a volume of 665,000 cubic metres was built on a surface area of 26,000m². This building is the chief work of the architect Joseph Poelaert.
The Royal Palace was built on the site of the former Palace of the Dukes of Brabant which was destroyed by fire in 1731. Started in 1820 under the reign of King William, it was modified in 1904 under Leopold II, who had it rebuilt in Louis XVI style.
Built between 1904 and 1905 by the architect Charles Girault, this triple arcade commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of Belgian independence.