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The Camille Lemonnier Museum is a recreation of Belgian-French writer Camille Lemonnier's work space in Rue du Lac, displaying his art collection..
The Camille Lemonnier Museum is a recreation of Belgian-French writer Camille Lemonnier's work space in Rue du Lac, displaying his art collection.
150 Chaussée de Wavre - Waverse Steenweg, Brussels 1050, Belgium
The Leopold Quarter is home to the European Parliament in the Paul-Henri Spaak building, Luxembourg Square, the European Commission in Berlaymont building, the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, and Antoine Wiertz Museum for Fine Arts
The square consists largely of restaurants and bars which dominate the wide pavements, with some banks and other retail services, serving the employees and members of the neighbouring European Parliament as well as the other European Institutions and associated organisations which are mostly located close-by
The museum is well-known for its famous collection of iguanodons (dinosaurs discovered in a coal-mine in Belgium)
Also referred to as Unity in Peace, this sculpture symbolises peace through European integration, while at the same time aiming to demonstrate the motto of the European Union (EU), United in Diversity
Parlamentarium is the European Parliament's Visitor Centre featuring interactive multimedia displays on the journey of European integration, the working of the European Parliament and other EU institutions, and its impact on member-nations