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Old trams are regularly used to link the museum to one of Brussels suburbs, Tervuren, through a very nice wooded area.
Old trams are regularly used to link the museum to one of Brussels suburbs, Tervuren, through a very nice wooded area. The trip is especially pleasant on a sunny day. From the end station in Tervuren you can go to a nearby old train station that has been converted to a bar and small restaurant named Spoorloos (literally 'without tracks').
364 Avenue de Tervuren/Tervurenlaan
The Château of Val-Duchesse has been the site of important political conventions since World War II, including the Intergovernmental Conference on the Common Market and Euratom of 1956 - '57, and the Hallstein Commission of 1958
A museum that is dedicated to the art of binding books, with one of the most prestigious bookbinding collections in the world
Chateau Malou is an elegant white neoclassical building dating back to 1776, set in the picturesque Parc Malou overlooking the Woluwe River
Department store (fashion, cosmetics, etc
The Stoclet Palace is an early 20th century luxurious mansion, designed by architect Josef Hoffmann for banker Adolphe Stoclet in Vienna Secession style
Famous metro station named after Belgian WWI air ace Edmond Thieffry
The Collection Pharmaceutique Albert Couvreur traces the history of pharmacy, displaying a collection of mortars, jars, vases, instruments used in the preparation of medicines, and 16th - 20th century pharmacopoeia