Atomium – Brussels, Belgium


Designed by the engineer André Waterkeyn with interiors by architects André and Jean Polak, 
it was originally constructed for Expo ’58, the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair.

Read more: Atomium at Wikipedia
http://atomium.be/

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25 thoughts on “Atomium – Brussels, Belgium

  1. Well, this is new to me! Thanks for the Wikipedia link. I had no idea. I want to go there and hit every sphere and have dinner in the restaurant at the top.

    This is such a beautiful piece. And your photos are splendid. Love all the reflections.

    Thank you very much for your wonderful comments that appeared this morning! Hope you're having a great day.

    We're off to go on a 5-mile bike ride, which means things are improving! Yea!

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  2. What an awesome place and your captures are wonderful as always!! Thanks, too, for the information! I would love to visit there and have dinner, too!!!

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  3. I have been inside and it was quite funny and interesting. You could even see the Heysel stadium from up there…

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  4. I have seen this several times, and it's always beautiful! Thanks for visiting me earleir.
    By the way, which of the two do you prefer to live: Luzembourg or Belgium?

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