1000, boulevard de l’Imperatrice junction Putterie, Gare Centrale main entrance
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There are two of these rather charming old townscape reliefs, one either side...
Originally, the text was only in French, the Flemmish translation is on a pla...
We spotted the sculptor's signature and date (1921) on the flying coat and on...
This delightful monument was chosen as the featured memorial in July 2002 bec...
To the trench artillerymen
who died for our country
"Monument expressing British Gratitude to the Belgian Nation". Presented to ...
Mad, bad and dangerous to know.
You have nothing to lose but your chains!
Nurse who helped soldiers escape from occupied Belgium during WW1.
Fell in love in Brussels.