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The House of Folklore and Traditions
The aim of this little museum is to be the showcase of Brussels traditions and brotherhoods. Naturally, Manneken-Pis holds court there as guest of honour.
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The Brussels Card offers you, during 24, 48 or 72h, free entry to over 30 museums, free use of public transports and exclusive offers...
Erected in 1928 by the architect and master of Art Nouveau, Victor Horta, it is a centre of cultural and artistic life...
Opening of Villa Empain to the public according to several themes of organised activities and events...
This is the fifth largest church in the world and the largest Art Deco edifice ever built.
The narrow path leading to the Beguine convent enhances still further the intimacy of this site, which once offered refuge to eight Beguine nuns. The convent was founded in 1252 by William, Doyen of the Chapter of Anderlecht.