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Place du Grand Sablon is quite a large public space. It's also a very busy place with lots of cas and great numbers of people. There are markets held here, and you can purchase anything you wish. It is located within easy walking distance from...More
Walked into this area and was interesting to know that the name comes from when the old route down to the city centre once passed through an area of sandy marshes. In the square us a fountain and of course the lovely church. Some nice...More
A shape of trapezoidal square, it has approx 50m wide (the narrow side) and 130m wide at the widest where the Notre Dame Cathedral Church located. Rich with history started from 14th century for horse market, and a pond which replaced later with the monument...More
This is an attractive square, typical of classical Brussels and very different for the modernity of the European area. I was here on a Sunday morning and it was relatively quiet but I expect I was too early as all the street market vendors selling...More