Kitschy Manneken Pis, a Symbol of Brussels

Although Brussel’s famous ‘Manneken Pis’ isn’t supposed to be kitsch, he can barely be classified as anything else.

Frequently found dressed in unsuitable clothes or used as the the inspiration for other products, here’s some uniquely Belgian kitsch.
The original Mannequin Pis sculpture in Brussels Kitsch Frites. Mannequin Frites Talk about tacky… talk about tacky...What are they saying about the contents of a Coca-Cola bottle in Belgium? Manneken Pis Coke Machine A chocolate Manneken Pis snacking on a waffle, this wonderful little creation manages to combine three of Brussels favourite things!
A chocolate Manneken Pis snacking on a waffle

More about our trip through Belgium, more or less following the Beer Route.

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