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Manneken Pis, Brussels: 170 reviews and 234 photos
The present-day bronze Manneken Pis was sculpted by Jerôme Duquesnoy in 1619, but a stone version - named Little Julian - stood here from the mid-14th century.
The statue's origins are lost in legend: some say he's modelled on a boy who extinguished a fire, others say he was the son of a nobleman. Whatever, the people of Brussels have adopted him as the symbol of their indomitable and irreverent spirit, and on occasion dress him up in one of his 650-odd costumes.
Address: Corner of Rue de l' Etuve and Rue du Chêne
Directions: About a 2 minute walk from The Grand Place
Phone: +32 479 27 29 29
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