The statue is dedicated to Everard ‘t Serclaes, a hero of Brussels. You will find it outside the “L’Étoile” building, in Grand Plaz. Everard Serclaes died in the 14th century while defending the city of Brussels. This monument is one of the most photographed monuments of the city of Brussels. Almost always you will find there tourists photographing themselves in frond of it or touching the statue. This is because the legend says that if someone touches the bronze arm of the statue, he will have a good luck in his life! The next time you visit Brussels, do not forget to admire the statue of Everard t’Serclaes, Brussels.
Maria Athanssopoulos was born in the city of Tripoli, Greece, 1968. She has worked as a lawyer for almost 20 years. She writes interesting articles and takes photographs from the places she visits, since 2009. She run her own travel related web pages. She likes exploring new places and new cultures. She loves writing about her travel experiences. She also loves the art of photography. She has travelled almost all over Europe, but also in Turkey. Her plans for the future are to visit a lot more countries. Stay tuned!
MariaOct 06, 2018