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  • Stuyvenberg Florist Gardens

    Created in the 19th century, on the initiative of King Leopold II, designed by the famous landscape architect Emile l'Aimé, this remarkable garden fits perfectly into the entire Royal Estate of Laeken, the real green lung of our capital.

    Of varied style and influences, this garden, among other things, when it is renovated, will integrate several natural pools, with different scenography, to bring the visitor to discover a panorama of greenery opening onto the city. The renovation has modernized the whole without removing its historic cachet.

    This visit will be an integral part of your exploration of the north of the city, more particularly the Royal Estate, the Church of the Kings and finally the Atomium.

    Direction: Metro line 6, stop “Stuyvenberg”

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