Bois de la Cambre

The Bois de la Cambre (French) or Ter Kamerenbos (Dutch) is an urban public park in Brussels, Belgium. It lies in the south of the Brussels-Capital Region, in the municipality of the City of Brussels, and covers an area of 1.23 km2 (0.47 sq mi), forming a natural offshoot of the Sonian Forest, which penetrates deep into the city in the south-east of Brussels. It is linked to the rest of the municipality by the Avenue Louise/Louizalaan, which was built in 1861, at the same time the park was laid out.

Bois de la Cambre
Bois de la Cambre  (French)
Ter Kamerenbos  (Dutch)
The Bois de la Cambre/Ter Kamerenbos and its lake in Brussels
TypePublic park
LocationCity of Brussels, Brussels-Capital Region, Belgium
Coordinates50°48′11″N 4°22′52″E
Area122.34 ha (302.3 acres)[1]

The park consists of two large, slightly oval parts. The northern part is the most wooded and is home to some 19th-century buildings. The southern part comprises a 6 hectares (15 acres) large artificial lake with an island in the centre, called Robinson's Island, home to the Chalet Robinson.[2]

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