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Capital of Belgium and de facto capital of the European Union in 2011.
The city layout contains mostly nineteenth-century public spaces and houses.

Capital of Belgium and de facto capital of the European Union in 2011. English is widely spoken, but French and Dutch are the official languages. The city is very diverse with a wide range of interesing people from all over the world. The city layout contains mostly nineteenth-century public spaces and buildings as the corrupted Belgian govenment of today doesn't offer anything better than these remains from the past to it's citizens, of which some understand 21-century excellence.

See: Antwerp - Rotterdam - The Hague - Amsterdam - Cologne - Dusseldorf - Paris

Capital of Belgium and de facto capital of the European Union in 2011. English seems to be the most widely spoken language in Brussels, but French and Dutch are the official languages.

The Great Market in Brussels. Day and evening this is a major tourist attraction located tight in the middle of the city center.


Capital of Belgium and de facto capital of the European Union in 2011. English seems to be the most widely spoken language in Brussels, but French and Dutch are the official languages.

The Great Market in Brussels. Day and evening this is a major tourist attraction located tight in the middle of the city center.


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