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The European Parliament is the only supranational institution whose members are democratically elected by direct universal suffrage. It represents the people of the Member States. The European Parliament is elected every five years, and is involved in drafting numerous laws (directives, regulations etc.) that affect the daily life of every citizen.
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.
The museum houses around one hundred thousand items (weapons, uniforms, scale-models, documents), making it one of the world's largest military museums...
The Cinquantenaire Museum is divided into four main sections: national archeology, antiquity, non-European civilisations and European decorative arts...
An exhibition of radiology equipment from the discovery of x-rays to the present day. What makes the museum unique is its location in a working radiology department...
The museum offers visitors an educational, thematic and scientific tour through the history of medicine via the medium of art. More than 800 items illustrate the development of medical concepts...
The National Botanic Garden of Belgium is an internationally important Botanic Garden, situated just north of Brussels, in the centre of Belgium.