Today is our last day and also the museum day in Brussels. It's kind of busy because a lot of sceneries are waiting for us. Our first stop is Atomium, the unmistakable symbol of Brussels and Belgium, a unique feat in the history of architecture and symbolic reminder of the World Fair of Brussels (Expo 58). Actually before I came to here I have no idea about it. Latterly, we went to the Mini Europe, which contains over 350 monuments and activities reproduced down to the tiniest detail on a giant scale of 1: 25. When I finished this trip, I realized there are too many spectacular building and architecture all around world. If I want to visit all of them, that will be unrealistic.
Today is a rich day!