Timings : Monday – Sunday: 08:00 AM – 05:40 PM
Entry Fee : Free
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To the southeast of the Church of our Blessed Lady of the Sablon is the square of Petit Sablon. It’s a rectangular garden with trees, flowers, and prominent statues. Established in the 1890s, the square is encircled by elegant iron fencing accentuated by tall pillars and statues of over 48 professionals, including the Clockmaker, the Launderer, the Plumber, and numerous others. Each of the pillars is uniquely designed like that of the iron fence. Formerly, this monument stood in the front of King’s House on the Grand Place, where they were executed. It is a must-visit for it is accompanied by statues of political figures, noteworthy artists, and celebrated intellects from the 16th century.
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