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  • 51.

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    Rue des Bouchers

    In the shadow of Grand Place, a small passageway gives access to one of the most pleasant places in the city. On this narrow, gastronomic street, the restaurant doors are always open and, at the first sign ...

  • 52.

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    Avenue Théo Verbeeck 2

    Home to the Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht (RSCA), the stadium holds over 28,000. Adoring fans can visit the club shop, or the restaurant and cafeteria in order to get the proper nourishment to cheer ...

  • 53.

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    Quai des Péniches 2

    Like most important European cities, Brussels developed by the water. Until the mid-19th century, the river Senne crossed the entire city (it was covered over for sanitary ...

  • 54.

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    Place du Congrès

    The Column of Congress was designed in 1850 by architect Joseph Poelaert, who later also built the Palais de Justice. On top of the column, which has a height of 47 metres ...

  • 55.

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    Rue au Beurre 31

    Maison J. Dandoy has one of the most famous display windows in Brussels, and they always tempt you with something sweet. Dandoy has been around since 1829 and sells Brussels ...

  • 56.

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    Rue du Marché aux Herbes 56

    A beer paradise like Belgium needs its temples, like this one: one of the best specialised beer shops in town. Ever since 1996, you can buy your favourite beer by bottle or crate, or packed in the most ...

  • 57.

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    Rue Antoine Dansaert 73

    La Belle et la Bête is located on the corner of the Rue du Vieux Marche au Grainsnand and the Rue A. Dansaert. This is a shop for the modern woman who wants to feel good in her ...

  • 58.

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    Place Dumon

    Stokkel Square is an arcade on the outskirts of the city. It is not extremely big, but cosy. There is a supermarket, an ice-cream parlour, a cafe-bar, a newspaper stand, and various shoe and ...

  • 59.

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    Rue de la Madeleine 29

    This beautiful shop really deserves some sort of honor. Its location, in a nice old house near St. Magdalene's church, has a really magnificent interior; every cubic inch from cellar to second floor is ...

  • 60.

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    Place des Palais 7

    BELvue Museum is in the House of Bellevue, which used to be an 18th-century hotel for wealthy travelers. Situated next to the Royal Palace, this grand building displays a ...