Rue de l’Etuve, 1000 Brussels
Manneken-Pis, meaning «the little man who pees» in the Brussels language, is a fountain in the form of a bronze statue of 55,5 centimeters high which represents a little naked peeing boy. It is located in the heart of Brussels close to the Grand-Place, at the intersection of the rue de l’Étuve et de la rue du Chêne.
Manneken-Pis is the most popular symbol of Brussels citizens. He embodies their sense of humour (the Zwanze in the Brussels langage) and their independant spirits.