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Belgium by Gokun Guneyhan
Grand’ Place Bruxelles - Brussel Grote Markt - Brussels (by Sir Francis Canker Photography ©)

Grand’ Place Bruxelles - Brussel Grote Markt - Brussels (by Sir Francis Canker Photography ©)

Brussel Grote Markt | Brussels, Belgium© Sir Francis Canker Photography ©

Brussel Grote Markt | Brussels, Belgium
© Sir Francis Canker Photography ©

Brussels Old Town, Belgium © david.bank (www.david-bank.com)

Brussels Old Town, Belgium
© david.bank (www.david-bank.com)

A Walk to Remember | Mont des Arts, Brussels, Belgium© Tomasito.!

A Walk to Remember | Mont des Arts, Brussels, Belgium
© Tomasito.!

Be Waiting | Brussels, Belgium, Europe© Maciej Gruszecki

Be Waiting | Brussels, Belgium, Europe
© Maciej Gruszecki

Brussels, Belgium, Europe© Gaston Batistini
Biggest carpet of flowers in the world, with nearly 1 million begonias.

Brussels, Belgium, Europe
© Gaston Batistini

Biggest carpet of flowers in the world, with nearly 1 million begonias.

Shadow of the city hall on the carpet flower, Great Market, Brussels, Belgium (via gbatistini)

Shadow of the city hall on the carpet flower, Great Market, Brussels, Belgium (via gbatistini)

Brussels, Belgium 102 - Parc du Cinquantenaire - Triumphal arch (via Claudio.Ar)
The Parc du Cinquantenaire (French for “Park of the Fiftieth Anniversary”), Jubelpark (Dutch), or Jubilee Park (English) is an urban public park with a complex of 19th century buildings in the easternmost part of the European Quarter of Brussels, Belgium. Most buildings of the horse-shoe shaped complex were commissioned by King Leopold II and built for the 1880 National Exhibition commemmorating the fiftieth anniversary of Belgian independence. The centrepiece triumphal arch was erected in 1905. The structures were built in iron, glass and stone, symbolising the economic and industrial performance of Belgium.

Brussels, Belgium 102 - Parc du Cinquantenaire - Triumphal arch (via Claudio.Ar)

The Parc du Cinquantenaire (French for “Park of the Fiftieth Anniversary”), Jubelpark (Dutch), or Jubilee Park (English) is an urban public park with a complex of 19th century buildings in the easternmost part of the European Quarter of Brussels, Belgium.

Most buildings of the horse-shoe shaped complex were commissioned by King Leopold II and built for the 1880 National Exhibition commemmorating the fiftieth anniversary of Belgian independence. The centrepiece triumphal arch was erected in 1905. The structures were built in iron, glass and stone, symbolising the economic and industrial performance of Belgium.

Palais du Justice Brussels (via jkravitz)

Palais du Justice Brussels (via jkravitz)