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Belgium Brussels Parks
 

Brussels is the capital city of Belgium and the capital of Europe Union where a lot of decisions are taken for European countries. Belgium is divided in three parts, the German speakers, French speakers and Flemish speakers. Brussels was after the second world II an important place for international politics. There are in Brussels large number attractions as parks; one of the popular parks is the Brussels Park or Warandepark, often the park is miscalled Park Royal. Brussels Park is also the largest park in Brussels centre and is surrounded by the Royal Palace. The Astrid Park is a public park in Anderlecht inaugurated in 1911 which was named Parc du Meir and 1935 the Mayor of Anderlecht decided to change the name in honour of Astrid of Sweden. Other parks in Brussels and its surrounding are: Bois de la Cambre, Tenbosch, Ixelles Ponds, Vauxhall Kunstber, Heysel Park, Malou Park, Josaphat Park. Other attractions of Brussels are Manneken Pis, Atomium, Mini Europe, Grand Place the famous town square in Brussels.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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