Manneken Pis is a landmark 61 cm (24 in) bronze sculpture in the centre of Brussels (Belgium), depicting a naked little boy urinating into a fountain's basin.
Upon arrival in Brussels one of the first attractions you are shown is the Manneken Pis (little pee man in Flemish). The peeing boy is a small bronze fountain.
The cherubic bronze boy gleefully pees atop the basin of a fountain in the Brussels city center. He was erected in the early 17th century and has since gained.
For four centuries the celebrated Manneken Pis – the “peeing boy” in in keeping with the fountain's location on a cobbled street close to the.
This recognisable water feature portrays similarities to the famous Manneken Pis bronze sculpture in Brussels, erected in the 1600s. The fountain is made from.