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The Brussels Comic Circuit

From vignette to vignette around the capital. The Brussels comic circuit originated in 1991 with the purpose of brightening up some of its more deteriorated buildings.

There are thirty-eight murals along the route that covers the entire city and the number is increasing. You can get a map of the route (which pinpoints every building) from the Comic Museum or any tourist information office.

Click here if you want to have a look at the map with all the murals pointed out. It’s a great way to see something different in a city that’s not got a lot in the way of tourist sites.

Hope you like them!

written by cohetesnaranjas and translated by bensozia

1 comment

  1. lori_an


    Amazing! :)

    almost 4 years ago · report as spam

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