The Groenplaats, literally "Green Place", is a beautiful historical testament to the culture and lifestyle of Antwerpen then and now. This medieval plaza, formerly the seat of a market (hence "green") is built on an open design, with a statue of Rubens, the city's great Renaissance painter, at its heart. Shops and bars which surround it are unique, quirky, and charming--Sals Cafe has reasonably priced cocktails and the Max Fritkot contains the World's Smallest Frite Museum on its top floor.
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