Atomium in Brussels
Last weekend I had the opportunity to visit again Brussels. This is the third time I visit the Belgian capital known not only for being the heart of the European Union, but also for its beautiful central square, its beer variety and its "Moules et frites", a traditional dish of mussels prepared with white wine served with fries.
I decided this time to visit the Atomium, an steel structure in the north part of the city, to get a good Panoramic view and take some pictures and I was not disappointed. I was rewarded with some interesting aerial spots including minieurope (a miniature park with reproductions of monuments in the European Union) and some other buildings created for the 1958 Brussels World's Fair. I find it interesting that even if the Atomium is not as famous a the Eiffel tower in Paris, both were "temporary" steel structures created for world fairs.