Brussels, Belgium

If there is one thing, we collect on our trips it is hand painted pictures depicting the city square or a monument from that city and fridge magnets. While on our trip to Belgium, magnets were not an issue, but since the trip happen in late summer, when the days tended to get cooler and rain heavier, getting a hand painted picture was proving to be a task.

We scoured the city center and its myriad of alleys, keeping on eye out for the elusive street artists that we had glimpsed while on our walking tour on the first day. We had almost lost hope, when on our last day in Brussels, we finally managed to find not one but three street artists clustered close together.

The one we picked from one of them, captured the city center or Grote Markt, as it is called in the local language.

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