Brussels - panoramic view of Europe's capital city
View of the city with Chapel Church and City Hall
Discover Brussels by webcam
A wonderful panoramic view over the Belgian capital Brussels is offered by the earthTV camera, which is located on the roof of the Sheraton Hotel. It captures the law court as well as the Grand Place, a market place with a beautiful baroque facade which is listed as a UNESCO world cultural heritage since 1998. Further sights are the Atomium, Cathedral St Michel and Manneken Pis.
Roman Catholic 75%, Protestant or other 25%
30510 km² (79016 miles²)
66,5 km (41 miles)
North Sea 0 m (0 feet)
Signal de Botrange 694 m (2277 feet)
The Kingdom of Belgium is divided into three regions: Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels. The country is bordered by France, Luxembourg, Germany and the Netherlands and enjoys 65 km's of North Sea coastline. A portion of the fertile, coastal land (known as the Polders of Belgium) has been reclaimed from the sea and is defended by dikes. One of the most important European ports is located in Antwerp.
Key aspects of tourism
The bathing resorts on the Belgian North Sea coast and the Ardennes are well liked tourist destinations. But most of the tourism concentrates on Bruges, a city called "Venice of the north".
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