Here's a selection of photographes of what is considered by many as one of the most beautiful historic city squares in the world.
I wasn't the only one shooting pictures. In the background you'll notice the tavern 'La Chaloupe d'O'r (the golden rowing boat) where we had our apéritif.
On the left, with the red flags, the 'Maison du Roi' (the King's house), although it has nothing to do with our actual king's residence.
The spire of the city hall with - in the magnifying glass - the golden statue of Brussels' emblem: Saint Michael slaying the dragon.
City hall's entrance. There had been a wedding, hence the rose petals lying on the cobblestones.
These are just 4 of the 81 photos I shot last Friday. I hope you enjoy them and that they make you want to visit Brussels. If you want to see some more, just drop me a line!