Gorgeous photos, Viera! Loved walking in the city through your eyes... thanks for sharing a bit of your trip. Have a nice weekend....
Beautiful pictures - amazing buildings. Thank you for sharing.
I have been here before but I would love to go again Viera...Only if you come with me Sweetheart.....Oh go on please...Love frank...XXXX
Lovely shot. :-)
Although I love going along rough bush tracks, this type of walk has its own type of charm.
A beautiful building.
Most impressive. :-)
Another nice place to walk. :-)
My type of building. :-)Great shot, Viera.
You captured this one very well.
Some people are very talented.
I like Pansies. :-)
Very imposing memorial. :-)
This is a very good photograph, Viera.Very well taken.
Ingrid would love it here. :-)
Looks like my car (ha ha ha). :-)
Great shot, Viera. :-)
A terrific folio, Viera.Thanks for sharing. :-)
Welcome back.I have problems with my multiply.How is Carolina?Matthew is in the hospitalhe had high temperature, they gave him antibitoics . I am so sad.
Listen to this....................http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjSQLwA5xP0&feature=relatedtell me what does it remind you of?
May the LORD Bless You
Oh, all your photos are beuatiful. i love travelling to beuatiful architectures too :)
Glad you like it Thuy...it is really worthy to visit it...
Any story to tell about this piece ...Professor?
Sharp eye and refreshing image.
:-)) I'll be delighted to tell you...It is the monument of Christ, carved by artist Julien Dillens (1849–1904), underneath the arcades of the Maison de l'Étoile at the Brussels Grand Place commemorates Everard t'Serclaes, a 14th-century popular Brussels hero. It is said among locals that the statue brings luck and grants the wishes of all who touch it. Actually many tourists touch the statue, and this constant polishing keeps the body depicted in the statue in a shining color compared to the rest of the sculpture.
thank you for these pictures
my pleasure...hugs to BELGIQUE ...
I love the street fairs
I like the style of this building
This you car?
Is this a crypt?
I like the domes
Thank you Viera for the beautiful pictures
Who is the cherub looking at
unfortunately not dear Jenny :-))
It is an engraving, which is hanging on the wall, underneath the arcades of the Maison de l'Étoile at the Grand Place ...you can easily touch it...
The cherub looks to the goddess, a typical symbol for the 18th century...This statue is a part of gateway...
Thank you Jenny for your visit and all comments...I'm glad you like it, because Brussels is really full of beautiful places...