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Cinquantenaire Park, Brussels' green lung, is a slice of peace and quiet amidst the frenzy of the capital of Europe.
Situated between the Schuman roundabout, the avenue des Nerviens, avenue de la Renaissance and the avenue de Tervuren, the park contains some real treasures such as the Big Mosque, Islamic centre of Brussels, the Statue of the Green Dog and the Pavilion of Human Passions by Victor Horta.
The park covers about thirty hectares of classical gardens, with paths drawn out with lines, trimmed bay hedges and a symmetrical course.
The Cinquantenaire Museum (MRAH), the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History, Autoworld are housed in it.
Suggested visits and attractions
The Cinquantenaire Museum - Royal Museums of Art and History (MRAH)
The Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History
The Pavilion of Human Passions
The Cauchie House
Visit our partners' webpages
- Traditional Belgian Chocolatiers - Planète Chocolat
- Halle Gate - Royal Museums of Art and History
- MIM - The Musical Instruments Museum
- The Atomium - a Monument and Symbol of Brussels Built for Expo 58
- Chocolate and Cocoa Museum