Manneken Pis - Brussels...Another legend says that a man had lost his little son. He found the child after two days near the place where now the fountain of manneken-pis can be seen. When the father spotted his child, the latter was peeing. As a token of gratitude the father had the fountain with a statue of a peeing boy constructed.
La Noël de Manneken-Pis | Manneken-Pis
Manneken Pis dressed for the holidays. #Brussels #Belguim
Times Copy Editor Becki Chiasson checked in from Brussels, Belgium. One of her can't miss sights is the Manneken-Pis. Arguably the most famous icon of Brussels, the statue of a urinating boy draws immense crowds on a daily basis. He is frequently dressed up in fancy costumes, some of which are kept on display at the Musee de la Ville de Bruxelles, and, on special occasions, wine or even champagne flows forth from the statue instead of water.
Manneken Pis as a Boy Scout. I'm sure our Troop would find this just as funny as I do. Right?!