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The Bois de la Cambre or Ter Kamerenbos consists of a park and a wood, in the South of Brussels.
- Access: Avenue Louise, Chaussée de Waterloo, Avenue Franklin Roosevelt, Chaussée de La Hulpe
- Open: 1 April till 30 September: 6 am till 10 pm. 1 October till 31 March: 7 am till 9 pm
- Date of creation: 1861
- Classified site: 1976
- Map: [plan]
- Park managed by the City of Brussels
The Bois de la Cambre was designed in 1861 by the German architect Edouard Keilig. The style of the park is very English, a garden concept that originated in England at the beginning of the 18th century. These gardens try to imitate nature as closely as possible. The bushes and trees are planted in a very irregular way.
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