Before the finish of the nineteenth century, King Leopold II had the plan to change over the slope into a Mont des Arts and purchased the entire neighborhood the Mont des Arts offers one of Brussels' finest perspectives. It signifying "slope/mount of expressions of the human experience”.
From the lifted vantage point, the well-known pinnacle of the Brussels Town Hall in the Grand Place is obviously noticeable. On a radiant day, the Koekelberg Basilica and even the Atomium can be seen. Significant vacation spots are situated inside strolling separation of the Kunstberg: the Musical Instrument Museum, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts, the Royal Palace, and the city's house of God.