Everard 't Serclaes. In the tiny arcade under Grand Place 8 (The Star), there's a golden statue of Everard 't Serclaes. According to legend, rubbing the wrist of Julien Dillens' 19th century statue of 't Serclaes will bring good luck and grant long-forgotten wishes. The Star formerly housed a pub where the Belgian Socialist Party was founded. Now it is home to the stylish La Maison du Cygne restaurant. Brussels, Belgium

Everard 't Serclaes. In the tiny arcade under Grand Place 8 (The Star), there's a golden statue of Everard 't Serclaes. According to legend, rubbing the wrist of Julien Dillens' 19th century statue of 't Serclaes will bring good luck and grant long-forgotten wishes. The Star formerly housed a pub where the Belgian Socialist Party was founded. Now it is home to the stylish La Maison du Cygne restaurant. Brussels, Belgium

Lace Shopping District, Downtown Brussels, Belgium

Lace Shopping District, Downtown Brussels, Belgium

Panorama Shot of La Grande Place, Brussels Belgium (1) (April 2000)

Panorama Shot of La Grande Place, Brussels Belgium (1) (April 2000)

Panorama Shot of La Grande Place, Brussels, Belgium (2) (April 2000)

Panorama Shot of La Grande Place, Brussels, Belgium (2) (April 2000)

Panorama Shot of La Grande Place, Brussels, Belgium (3) (April 2000)

Panorama Shot of La Grande Place, Brussels, Belgium (3) (April 2000)

La Table de la Cambre Tea Room, Brussels, Belgium (April 2000)

La Table de la Cambre Tea Room, Brussels, Belgium (April 2000)

Galleries Royales St. Hubert - Brussels, Belgium (Built in 1846, King Leopold l laid the foundation stone for the glass roofed galleries. Inside there are three separate galleries: The King's Gallery, the Queen's Gallery and the Prince's Gallery a right royal collection. The central motif includes the words "Omnibus omnia" = "some thing for everyone", and it certainly has. Today the galleries still retain some exclusive and old fashioned shops with a big price tag and upmarket cafes.

Galleries Royales St. Hubert - Brussels, Belgium (Built in 1846, King Leopold l laid the foundation stone for the glass roofed galleries. Inside there are three separate galleries: The King's Gallery, the Queen's Gallery and the Prince's Gallery a right royal collection. The central motif includes the words "Omnibus omnia" = "some thing for everyone", and it certainly has. Today the galleries still retain some exclusive and old fashioned shops with a big price tag and upmarket cafes.

The Victory above the city, Arts and History Museum, Brussels, by maxifred

The Victory above the city, Arts and History Museum, Brussels, by maxifred

La Grande Place, Brussels, Belgium

La Grande Place, Brussels, Belgium

Urban art @ Brusselicious 2012 with different Belgian produce, Brussels Belgium. Brussels Sprouts

Urban art @ Brusselicious 2012 with different Belgian produce, Brussels Belgium. Brussels Sprouts

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