Malou Park

Malou Park

Parc Malou (French) or Park Malou (Dutch) is an urban park in Brussels, Belgium.

It is located in the Woluwe-Saint-Lambert municipality of Brussels, to the east of the Woluwe Shopping Centre, in the valley of the Woluwe river. This park is the oldest and the biggest of the municipality.

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Malou Park - Prominent Sights
... One of the most prominent features of the park is the Château Malou, a neoclassic castle built in 1776 ... occupied by the Belgian politician and statesmen Jules Malou and both the château and the surrounding parkland bears his name ... On the northern side of the park stands an enormous statue of a lion ...

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