This is a traditional working-class neighborhood, dominated by the gargantuan Palais de Justice (constructed in 1866-1883 and ... More
This is a traditional working-class neighborhood, dominated by the gargantuan Palais de Justice (constructed in 1866-1883 and until recently the largest building in the world). The Marolles now offers a wide selection of dining establishments and antiques shops. Classy restaurants line up next to smoky bars. The neighborhood is famous for its daily flea market on Place du Jeu-de-Balle, the central square, but arrive early (before 6a!) if you want to pick up the genuine bargains.
The Palais de Justice covers a surface area of 26,000 square meters and was one of the largest buildings in
Europe at the end of the 19th century. One and a half hour tours are free and require reservation ...
This has been called the most splendid market square in Europe. Its esplanade is completely enclosed by tall, gabled, Flemish
Renaissance buildings dripping with ornamentation and statues. It is alive with daily commerce and a colorful flower market. Impressive ...
Manneken Pis, the statue of a little boy, was created in the 17th century as a public fountain. It represents
the rebellious spirit of the City of Brussels. It has been stolen and replaced several times. Over time, the ...
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