Bruxelles by day, Bruxelles by night.
The capital of the European Union is Bruxelles. I guess it was so much like a Canberran town that it was a no-brainer!
Pictured below is “European Parliament” in the official twenty-four languages of the EU.
This female figure, I guess, represents the European Union.
Some dog in a park.
This is a park in front of some museum – Bruxelles was a little dry for my liking.
Things got interesting when I spotted a couple of guys climbing the walls at the Les Arcades. They were probably training for some real mountain stuff!
Everywhere in the city of Bruxelles you can find corner walls painted with scenes from Tintin or Obelix and Asterix. Did you know that these comics were Belgian?
Just to throw back to the Camino de Santiago, I stumbled upon a way marker. Remarkable!
An ugly house in Bruxelles.
Some of the apartments in the city are lit up with these illuminations. The ones below use the existing structure of the building as a canvas for the light artworks.
This is Bruxelles by night on top of a hill.
This is the Royal Palace, though I am not sure if the royal family actually reside there. I would doubt it.
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