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The Comic Strip Walk is a great occasion to walk within the downtown of Brussels and enjoy a large variety of pieces of art. It also allows one to discover neighbourhoods that one would not enter otherwise, and offers thus nice opportunities in finding nice If you wander around Brussels enough you will encounter amazing comic street scenes ,there huge paintings on the side of buildings ,look fabulous ,there are currently about 60 huge pieces of street art which started in the early 's,some of the scenes are from the Disclaimer - We didn't come close seeing all of the outdoor comics. In fact, we only a few of them.
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Brussels' Comic Book Route
The walls of the comic strip walk in detail | Visit Brussels
There is probably no other city in the world that has as many comic book stores as Brussels. There is also hardly any other city where comic book characters have escaped the pages and scattered themselves around the facades of the buildings in the city center like they do here. The love affair between Brussels and comic books has a long history. Brussels, of course, has a comic book museum — the Belgian Comic Strip Centre , where you can learn useful and interesting information. But it is much more inspiring to just walk down the streets of the Belgian capital and get acquainted with your favorite characters in person. Apart from the graffiti on the walls, comic book characters are revived here in 3D form, too. A prime example is the statue of comic book hero Gaston Lagaffe on Pacheco Boulevard.
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Comic book route
In between taking in everything else Brussels has to offer i. A self guided Comic Strip Mural Tour Of Brussels can start almost anywhere in the city, you simply need to find one of the many murals dotted around the city. The key is actually a small metal plaque located somewhere nearby. The Comic Book Museum was also pretty cool.
Did you know that with over comic strip authors, Belgium has produced more comic strips makers per square kilometer than any other country in the world? Apart from museums, galleries, festivals and specialized shops dedicated to this art, the Brussels Comic Strip Walk is indeed an easy and entertaining way to discover some of the most famous comic strips and their heroes but also, an original and unusual way to explore the center of Brussels. How did it all start?