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Belgium’s capital and the headquarters of the European Union, the city of Brussels covers 32.61 km2. Its historical city centre is also known as the Pentagon and the Heart of Brussels, due to its shape. Located at Number 9 on its Grand-Place, which is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site, is La Maison du Cygne, the restaurant where Karl Marx saw in the New Year in 1847/1848. The Brussels courthouse is the largest in the world and features 26,000 m² or floor space, whilst its airport is the world's largest chocolate outlet. The city's oldest citizen stands just 58 cm tall. Its Manneken Pis public fountain has been around since 1388. At some folk festivals, you might find him spouting beer rather than water!

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Brussels as seen from Place Poelaert.

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Belgium’s capital and the headquarters of the European Union, the city of Brussels covers 32.61 km2. Its historical city centre is also known as the Pentagon and the Heart of Brussels, due to its shape. Located at Number 9 on its Grand-Place, which is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site, is La Maison du Cygne, the restaurant where Karl Marx saw in the New Year in 1847/1848. The Brussels courthouse is the largest in the world and features 26,000 m² or floor space, whilst its airport is the world's largest chocolate outlet. The city's oldest citizen stands just 58 cm tall. Its Manneken Pis public fountain has been around since 1388. At some folk festivals, you might find him spouting beer rather than water!

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Brussels as seen from Place Poelaert.

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Belgium’s capital and the headquarters of the European Union, the city of Brussels covers 32.61 km2. Its historical city centre is also known as the Pentagon and the Heart of Brussels, due to its shape. Located at Number 9 on its Grand-Place, which is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site, is La Maison du Cygne, the restaurant where Karl Marx saw in the New Year in 1847/1848. The Brussels courthouse is the largest in the world and features 26,000 m² or floor space, whilst its airport is the world's largest chocolate outlet. The city's oldest citizen stands just 58 cm tall. Its Manneken Pis public fountain has been around since 1388. At some folk festivals, you might find him spouting beer rather than water!

 

The Line depicted the skyline of Brussels as seen from Place Poelaert.

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