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Place D 'Espagne is a nice little secluded square just off the busy and bustling Rue Du Marche Aux Herbes and Agora square.
Although there is nothing really spectacular about the square there are a couple of great monuments here,one is of the composer Bartok...More
Place d'Espagne is a public square surrounded by tall buildings, and mostly made of concrete or stones. Very little greenery around the square! There is a public car park underground, so this might explain a few things! The best thing about the square is the...More
The main objective of executing this place was to remove the parking area close to grand place. Since 2006 the place took another name related to a character of the BD: place Marsupilami.
At the heart of the place stands a statue for...More
Place D'Espagne is a nice little secluded square just off the wonderful Agora Square.
It's a nice square that has some nice statues in including a wonderful statue of Don Quixote and also the composer Bartok.
In the square you have some great views looking...More
Place d'Espagne is a small public square next to the Horta Gallery and just off Rue du Marche aux Herbes. Not so much of a conventional attraction, the square seems to be a boundary area between the tourist sightseeing area and Residential area of Brussels....More
According to my Rough Guide this square is Place d'Espagne is a small square with a statue of Charles Buls, one time burgomaster of Brussels sat with his dog next to a small fountain. It is often the site for a small arts & craft...More
If you are walking by definitely take a look. Great photo op with a steeple in the back ground but I would not go out of your way to see this. At night this seems like the place where people like to linger to party....More
I literally walked past this 5 times and never realised it was in any way worthy of mentioning on trip advisor!!...when I get home I'm going to add my back yard on here and rate it higher.....although nobody is allowed in to see!!...unless your a...More
As public squares go, the Place d'Espagne is neither large nor significant. It's close to Brussels Central, Grand Place and of course the tourist district. There's a few statues in the square, with pride of place going to Don Quixote and Sancho. A copy of...More