An eye-catching bunch of public and private buildings that date back to the late 17th century, the square boasts of an intricate but beautiful architecture.The towers are 96 meters (315 ft) high, and are capped by a statue of Saint Michael slaying a demon.Atomium ( Visit Site )Atomium, a whopping 102 meters (335 ft) tall structure, located on Boulevard du Centenaire was developed for World's Fair, 'Expo'58' in Brussels.
The nine steel spheres of Atomium house exhibit halls, restaurants and are connected by the tubes along the 12 edges inclusive of escalators of the cube and all eight vertices's to the centre.
Parc du Cinquantenaire ( Wikipedia )A large, urban public park in Brussels where a huge U-shaped complex dominates the park was specially built by King Leopold II.
The structures were built in iron, glass and stone to symbolise the economic and industrial performance of Belgium.
Brussels is Belgium's capital city and one of the most famous historical cities in Europe and tourist attractions in the world.
The city, popular for its famous beer, breweries and beer festivals is also loved for its delicious handmade chocolates.