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Mini Europe

Listed under Visitor Attractions in Brussels, Belgium.

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Around the corner from the Atomium lays this gem of a park. 350 of Europe's best known (and not so well known) monuments and attractions replicated in 1:25 scale. Ok, it sounds tacky, and it is really, but the delightfully euro-optimistic feeling of the place cannot help but warm the heart of the most sceptical UKIP voter. The models are large and very detailed (costing upto €350,000 each).

Make sure you have your photo taken with the park's tortoise mascot. 

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Written by  Al James.

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Brussels city is the constitutional capital of the wonderful country of Belgium. The city is by far the largest urban area in the entire country and comprises of 19 municipalities. The city is home to an estimated over 1 million residents.

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