Latitude and longitude of Martyrs' Square, Brussels
- In Belgium
Martyrs' Square (French Place des Martyrs; Dutch Martelarenplein) is a square in the centre of Brussels. The current name of this square refers to the dead of the September days of the Belgian Revolution of 1830. Originally the square was called 'Place Saint-Michel' or 'Sint-Michielsplein' after Saint Michael patron of the City of Brussels. It was laid-out in a uniform neoclassical style in the years 1774-1778 after the designs of Claude Fisco.
Latitude: 50° 51' 2.99" N
Longitude: 4° 21' 13.19" E
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