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Serres Royales de Laeken
A result of the prestigious reign of Léopold II and the work of the architect Balat, magnificently presented in a luminous environment of glass ringed with steel, the flora collections are a veritable feast for the senses.
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Unmistakable symbol of Brussels and Belgium and unique feat in the history of architecture: the Atomium is today the most popular attraction in the Capital of Europe.
Porte de Hal, the last vestige of the second fortified city wall of Brussels, is one of the most emblematic historic buildings of our capital.
The Chinese pavilion was built on the edge of the Royal Estate at Laeken on the orders of King Leopold II between 1901 and 1910. The wooden panelling on the outside of the Chinese Pavilion and its entry pavilion were sculpted in Shanghai.
One of the biggest frescos on the trail (180m2) for one of the biggest classics of Belgian comic strip, in which the cowboy who shoots faster than his shadow, lays down the law and tackles the Daltons.