The two Ketjes of Brussels created by the cartoonist of one of the most famous comic strip series in the world. Hergé, the father of Tintin, loved to bring this typical working-class quarter (les Marolles) alive again on his illustration plates. This is where the two scamps were always ready to play a nasty trick on passers-by. So stay on your toes - Hergé gathered a lot of material to illustrate each of his albums. A Quick or Flupke can't be far away.