At rest beneath the trees


16/09/2017 - 17/09/2017

Brussels Cemetery in Evere, the largest in the city, is a vast park of 38 hectares designed by landscape architect Louis Fuchs. As well as its winding paths and wooded stands of trees, it is also home to an extraordinary array of trees: oak, beech, cypress, horse chestnut, plane trees and weeping willows. A multitude of well-known (mayors of Brussels, sculptors, architects, scientists) and anonymous (victims of the Battle of Waterloo or everyday residents of the municipality) figures have their final resting place in the cemetery.
It also has space devoted to numerous public commemorative monuments reflecting the architectural styles in vogue at the time of their construction. A green space that’s worth exploring…

In cooperation with E-Guides.

Practical information

    • entrance to the cemetery
    • avenue du Cimetière de Bruxelles
    • 1140 Brussels
    • Saturday and Sunday at 10h00 and 14h00 (duration: 2 hours)
      Please note that bookings are essential. Call 0499/21.39.85 or e-mail Up to 20 people per tour. In French only.
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      Cimetière de Bruxelles/Kerkhof van Brussel