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This is an interesting square as right in the middle of it is a great monument. The monument is to those who fell during the Belgian Revolution in 1830. This public square does not have the vibrance and vitality of other squares which are always...More
Stumbled onto this historical area in the central-area of Brussels. Having not researched it before, later would learn of its historical significance. It has statues dedicated to figures of the Belgium Independence. Close by are plenty of shops for shopping and numerous eateries. There are...More
If you find yourself walking down the shopping street Rue Neuve it's most definitely well worth cutting down the side street that brings you into the wonderful monument of Place Des Martyrs.
The square is really beautiful flanked by exquisite architecture on all sides and...More
A quiet spot close to Rue neuve. The square is well worth the visit, especially if you read the story behind. I definitely learned a couple of new things about Belgian history, but that was because of reading online, wouldn't mind if the square had...More
I found this on a hot Sunday afternoon and it was practically empty. There's one bar on the square and others down various streets off it. There are various neo-Classical buildings all around the square, as a single integrated design so the symmetry is complete...More