Belgium Palace and Greenhouses of Laeken
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The Palace of Laeken was built in the late 18th century as summer residence for the governors of the Austrian Netherlands. Napoleon stayed in the palace in 1804. Since the Belgian independence this palace serves as the official residence of the King of the Belgians. The famous royal greenhouses were build by Leopold II between 1874 and 1895. The total floor area of the greenhouse complex comprises 2.5 hectares.
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Parking is available near the palace.