A lively 16th-century square lined with outdoor cafes and restaurant terraces, the Grote Markt, though not quite as dramatic as Brussels's Grand-Place, is no less the focus of the city's everyday life, and is generally less crowded than the capital's square. The fountain in the center recalls the legend of Druon and Brabo.

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