Grand Place (Belgium)

Grand Place (Belgium)

The Grand Place or Grote Markt is the central square of Brussels. Many administrative buildings and two large buildings are surrounded by the Breadhouse (French: Maison du Roi, Dutch: Broodhuis) building, which includes the City Hall in the city and the Brussels City Museum. The square is the most important tourist attraction in Brussels and the symbol of the city. The square measures 68×110 meters and was declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1998. [1] [2]