Sunday, 5 July 2015

Mini-Europe, Brussels

Travelling to Brussels on a fairly regular basis, I decided it was about time I went to visit Mini-Europe.

The 6-acre site is located in the Bruparck a few miles to the north east of Brussels city centre. It contains almost 400 perfectly recreated miniature buildings from across the European Union, including the UK Houses of Parliament, Eiffel Tower, Brandenberg Gate, Arc de Triomphe, Acropolis and Leaning Tower of Pisa.

Anyone visiting Mini-Europe, which is emblazoned with EU flags, cannot escape the fact that it is decidedly pro-European. Whatever your political persuasion the millimeter-perfect precision of the models and carefully-manicured gardens make it a worthwhile day out.

Here are some photos of my visit:

Archangel Michael on the top of Brussels Town Hall, Belgium.

Town Hall overlooking the Grand Place, Brussels, Belgium.

Maison du Roi overlooking the Grand Place, Brussels, Belgium.

Guildhalls at north western end of Grand Place, Brussels, Belgium.

Town Hall overlooking the Grand Place, Brussels, Belgium.

Copenhagen New Harbour, Denmark.

Boat in Copenhagen New Harbour, Denmark.

Church of Our Lady, Dinant, Belgium.

Eltz Castle, Germany.

Ariane rocket.

Flower bed.

Rabot, Ghent, Belgium.

Houses of Parliament, London, UK.

Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy.

Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy.

Olavinlinna Castle, Finland.

P&O Ferry, English Channel.

Airbus A380, Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris, France.

Sacré Cœur, Paris, France.

St Patrick's Rock, Ireland.

Vesuvius, Italy.

Castle of Vêves, Belgium.

War graves, Belgium.

Stockholm City Hall, Sweden.
Arc de Triomphe, Paris, France.

Berlin Wall, Germany.

Brandenberg Gate, Berlin, Germany.

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