Rene Magritte Museum - Abstract Art Museum

7 / 10

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“The beautifully presented Magritte Museum holds the world’s largest collection of the surrealist pioneer’s paintings and drawings.”

– Lonely Planet

"From 1930 to 1954, the great Belgian surrealist artist René Magritte lived and worked in an undistinguished town house in suburban Jette in northwest Brussels." Full review

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