The Brussels City Museum provides you with tools to help you better understand its collections and the history of Brussels. If you want to know more already, you can find:
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The houses of the Grand-Place, such as La Louve (The She-Wolf), le Roi d’Espagne (The King of Spain), le Moulin à Vent (The Windmill) and La Rose, arouse curiosity and give rise to questions. Their sumptuous Baroque ornaments are still a feast for the eyes. But these decorative features are no accident! Find out about the history, the symbols and the secret of these houses in just a few clicks.