Petit Sablon Garden in Brussels, Belgium

This lovely, little garden in Brussels is at few minutes walk from the Palace of Justice, across Notre-Dame Church in Sablon Place.

Square du Petit Sablon, small garden with flowers in the center of Brussels next to the Justice Palace
Tulips and leafy trees / Lalele si pomi inverziti primavara in Gradina Sablon din Bruxelles

statues in the Sablon Garden in Brussels
Statues in Sablon Garden representing artists, politicians and scientist of the 16th century / Statui dispuse in semicerc de-a lungul gradinii Sablon, reprezentand artisti, savanti sau politicieni din sec al XVI-lea

gerardus mercator statue in Sablon Garden
Gerardus Mercator – Belgian Mathematician and Philosopher

Sablon Park in Brussels

the statue fountain in Petit Sable Park in Brussels
The Statue of the Counts Egmont and de Hornes symbolizing the resistance against Spanish tyranny in the 16th century / Statuia Contelui Egmont si de Hornes simbolizeaza rezistenta impotriva tiraniei spaniole din sec XVI

Round wooden bench in the small Sablon garden

garden petit sablon, Brussels

fountain at Sable garden with Notre Dame church in the back
Notre-Dame Church viewed from Sablon Garden / Biserica Notre-Dame vazuta din Gradina Sablon

tulips in le square du Petit Sablon

le square du Petit Sablon, statue
The fence surrounding the garden with 48 statues representing different jobs (taylor, seller, plumber etc.) / Pe gardul ce inconjoara parcul sunt 48 de statui reprezentand diferite meserii (tapiter, vanzator, croitor, ceasornicar etc.)

the fence of the Petit Sablon garden and Notre Dame Church on the left

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11 thoughts on “Petit Sablon Garden in Brussels, Belgium

  1. What a beautiful place, Corina πŸ™‚

    My colleagues used to come down to Belgium, mainly to Bruges, but I haven’t seen anything like this in their photos.

    Thanks a lot for sharing πŸ™‚

    • Hi Angelina! You should hurry then, because the tulips are almost losing their petals πŸ™‚ I think their season is almost over. The garden is lovely all year round though πŸ™‚

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