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Brussels
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • Why do you not realize a six months’, a year’s advance even, and retire to Brussels?
  • To Brussels, if you like; it is the nearest frontier.
  • We can go to Brussels, Liege, Aix-la-Chapelle; then up the Rhine to Strasburg.
  • The next day they stopped at the Hotel de Flandre, at Brussels.
  • And now let us leave Mademoiselle Danglars and her friend pursuing their way to Brussels, and return to poor Andrea Cavalcanti, so inopportunely interrupted in his rise to fortune.
  • Many said your father had only to show himself to crush the charge against him; many others said he would not appear; while some asserted that they had seen him start for Brussels; and others went to the police-office to inquire if he had taken out a passport.

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  • Jean-Claude Van-Damme is called the muscles from Brussels.
  • The European Union has two Parliament buildings one in Brussels and a second in Strasbourg, France.

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