Manneken Pis is a famous small bronze statue in Brussels, Belgium, at the corner between the Rue de l’Étuv and the Rue du Chêne.
His name means “peeing little man,” or “peeing boy" and it was first mentioned in the archives dating back to 1452. But before that, he was named Petit Julien and was a part of a public fountain on the same street corner.
First place in the "Express Yourself" contest hosted by Campbell Bailey 08/11/2018.
Second place in the "So Cute" contest hosted by Nili Tochner 05/06/2020.
April 21st, 2018
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