Worth seeing the mural painted on the building's walls with Tintin characters, Asterix characters, Lucky Luke. A must see for all comic book fans
About Tintin Mural Painting
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Tintin/Kuifje is probably one of the world's best known stripcartoon figures. The figure was created by Hergé in the late 1930's and has reamined popular eversince, translated in so many different languages. Youth generations from the l40's to the 90's grew up with Kuifje. The...More
If you travel to Stockel on the metro there are lots more murals and the town is very nice to visit for shopping.
Brussels doesn't have much to offer apart from the Gran Place but we loved exploring the city looking for the murals. There were many around and you could always find the next one using the little silver plaques which were next to some of them....More
The city's buildings are turned into comic book pages with Tintin's adventures painted. A childhood hero and inspiration for exploration and adventure. A great project that should be adopted by other cities with their respective history or pop culture.
There are many cartoon drawings around the city of Brussels and I think that it is a great representation of the history of cartoonists that come from Brussels. We made it a game to try to find them all!
The comic strip murals throughout central Brussels are fun to find and a source of enjoyment. Very creative art work in some cases. Some are marked on city maps. Others you'll find by stumbling on them while sightseeing.
I have been a fan of Tintin since my childhood and have read all the stories. It was so heartening to see him being remembered and depicted almost everywhere in the old town of Brussels. While roaming on the back alleys of Grand Place, you...More