/ Brussels / Places to Visit / Imprimarium
The Imprimarium traces the evolution of printing technology..
The Imprimarium traces the evolution of printing technology.
4 Boulevard de l'Empereur - Keizerslaan, Brussels 1000, Belgium
The Archives and Literature Museum, dedicated to Belgian literature, holds archived works of Belgian authors, poets, essayists, artists and playwrights across various media including paper, photographs, audio recordings and film
The Palace of Charles of Lorraine was the Brussels residence of Charles Alexander of Lorraine, governor-general of the Austrian Netherlands from 1744 to 1780
The Protestant Church of Brussels at the Palace of Charles of Lorraine is noted for its elegant 18th century art and architecture
The Museum of Original Figurines displays a great collection of 3D figures, original comic strips and collectibles from Belgian comics as well as international American and Japanese Manga characters
The Jacques Brel museum, founded by his daughter France, contains more than a hundred hours of footage and audio recordings, as well as thousands of photographs of the artist