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Belgian Chocolate Village, Brussels

Located in the erstwhile Victoria chocolate factory at Koekelberg, the Belgian Chocolate Village is a museum that takes visitors through all aspects of chocolate - from its history to manufacturing, economics, and nutritional benefits.

Located in the erstwhile Victoria chocolate factory at Koekelberg, the Belgian Chocolate Village is a museum that takes visitors through all aspects of chocolate - from its history to manufacturing, economics, and nutritional benefits. The Village also has a tropical greenhouse where the cocoa trees are grown, alongwith spices such as turmeric, chilli, pepper, vanilla, and ginger.


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About Belgian Chocolate Village

 Rue De Neck - De Neckstraat 20, 1081 Koekelberg, Belgium

 +32 2 420 70 76

 www.belgianchocolatevillage.be

Belgian Chocolate Village and Nearby Sights on Map

Musée des Soeurs Noires

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Musée d'Art Religieux Moderne

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Basiliek van het Heilig Hart

The fifth biggest church in the world, with an impressive interior and an amazing view over Brussels and its surroundings

Tour and Taxis Complex

Built by the Tour et Taxis family, the buildings host temporary exhibitions, alongwith some bars and restaurants

Musée Bruxellois des Industries et du Travail

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Titeuf

Corto Maltese

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Caroline Baldwin

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Blake & Mortimer

Edgard Pierre Jacobs' timeless Belgian comic characters Blake and Mortimer have been immortalised on this wall on Rue Houblon, which depicts the detective duo in a scene from La Marque Jaune - The Yellow 'M'