A tourist walks up a street covered with graffiti in the Marolles district in Brussels, Belgium, August 5, 2015. Once the last refuge of lepers and criminals, one of Brussels' quirkiest neighbourhoods... more 
A tourist walks up a street covered with graffiti in the Marolles district in Brussels, Belgium, August 5, 2015. Once the last refuge of lepers and criminals, one of Brussels' quirkiest neighbourhoods teems with vintage furniture sellers, flea markets and linguistic invention. Les Marolles in French, or de Marollen in Dutch, stretches from the Gare du Midi, where Eurostar trains arrive, to the city's highest point, the Mont des Pendus or Galgenberg (Gallows Hill), where you can look down on half of Brussels. Picture taken on August 5, 2015. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir less 
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Reuters | Photo By FRANCOIS LENOIR / REUTERS
Fri, Aug 28, 2015 7:04 AM EDT