Call of nature.
Not far from the Grand Place, on the corner of Rue de l’Etuve, you'll find the iconic Manneken Pis. This bronze statue of a small boy gleefully peeing is one of the symbols of Brussels. A quirky icon to say the least, it reflects the Belgians' mischievous, self-mocking nature. The 17th century original has been stolen several times over the centuries and was found in two pieces at the bottom of a canal in 1966.
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