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The Museum of Religious Modern Art in the Basilica of Koekelberg is dedicated to modern Belgian religious paintings and sculpture from the 20th - 21th century..
The Museum of Religious Modern Art in the Basilica of Koekelberg is dedicated to modern Belgian religious paintings and sculpture from the 20th - 21th century.
1 Parvis de la Basilique - Basiliekvoorplein, Brussels 1083, Belgium
Musée des Soeurs Noires displays a collection of religious art and everyday objects from the congregation of Black Sisters
The fifth biggest church in the world, with an impressive interior and an amazing view over Brussels and its surroundings
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
Built by the Tour et Taxis family, the buildings host temporary exhibitions, alongwith some bars and restaurants
The Brussels Museum of Industry and Labor presents exhibitions on the economical, social and industrial life of Brussels and its residents
The 4 murals on the strip at Quai des Péniches depict the Belgian comic sailor in scenes from the series Corto Maltese in Africa, Corto Maltese in Siberia, the Golden House of Samarkand, and The Celts