"Egmont Park" Parc d'Egmont Tip by ZiOOlek

Parc d'Egmont, Brussels: 5 reviews and 16 photos


Composed of the formed gardens of the Egmont Palace modified several times between XVI century and 1902, date on which architect Gallopin laid it out as it is now, this 1,5 ha landscaped garden is the lagest public green area within a block in the centre of Brussels. It features a gothic vaulted well (the `Groote Pollepel`, rebuilt here in 1954), a neo-classical orangery and a former ice room, and also holds bronze statues of for instance Prince Louis-Eugene de Ligne (1935) and Peter Pan (1924).

Address: Rue aux Laines, 1000 Brussels
Directions: At Rue Joseph Dupont

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Apr 2, 2006
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