Another attraction in Brussels that can only be seen for a limited time, besides the gorgeous flower carpet, is the Royal Palace. This year it is open to the public from July 24th to September 9th, and it’s free! The Palace was built by request of Leopold II and completed in 1865. Andy and I wandered through the hallways and rooms admiring the artwork and old furniture. One room in particular stood out because it had bright green scarab beetles all over the ceiling and chandeliers.
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Thank you to Belgien Tourismus for hosting us! All opinions are my own.