Brussels attractions map
Map of Brussels belgium attractions. Brussels attractions map (Belgium) to print. Brussels attractions map (Belgium) to download. The Manneken Pis was designed in 1388 and is one of the most representative and loved symbols and attractions of Brussels as its shown in Brussels attractions map, originally serving as the means by which many Bruxellois received water. It is a small bronze statue that measures 50 cm and represents a small naked boy urinating into a fountain basin. It is located in the old part of town of Brussels, between rue de L'Étuve and rue Chene, next to the Grand Place.
Dedicated to St. Michael and St. Gudula (the patron saints of Brussels) this Gothic church of Brussels was first founded in 1225 but only completed in the 15th century (see Brussels attractions map). The facade is impressive it is one of the best attractions in Brussels, rising majestically above a broad flight of steps and crowned with twin 69-meter-high towers designed by Jan van Ruysbroeck.
This gorgeous 1906 building, designed by Victor Horta, is home to the wonderful Comic Strip Center as its mentioned in Brussels attractions map, devoted to the history of cartoons and comic strips in the country that gave the world The Smurfs and Tintin. A constantly rotating exhibition of 200 original comic strip drawings by Belgian and French comic artists is shown here.