RMA79A4Y–Bell above the clock at The Palais de la Dynastie at Mont des Arts Brussels
RMWAA2D0–Brussels Fountain made by Jan Kavan for the Brussels World´s Fair 1958 (Expo 58) in front of the building of Bedrich Smetana House, moved here in 1960
RF2PM9RA4–The Atomium a landmark modernist building in Brussels, Belgium, originally constructed as the centrepiece of the 1958 Brussels World's Fair (Expo '58
RMEH5GC9–The Atomium, originally constructed for Expo 58, in Brussels, Belgium.
RFWPAHH2–The Centenary Palace in Heysel, Brussels, Belgium was one of the centrepieces of the 1935 world exposition, and later Expo 1958.
RM2C91BX4–Brussels Fountain made by Jan Kavan for the Brussels World´s Fair 1958 (Expo 58) in front of the building of Bedrich Smetana House, moved here in 1960
RFRTW1PR–The Atomium was constructed for the first post World War 2 universal world exhibition - EXPO 58. The nine spheres represent an iron crystal magnified
RMEEX826–The Atomium is a building in Brussels originally constructed for Expo 58, Designed by André Waterkeyn, André and Jean Polak
RMEN0X64–The Atomium glistens in the sunshine in Brussels, Belgium
RFE683J2–BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - JUNE 16, 2014: Atomium. Modern building was originally constructed for Expo '58
RFRC0DWR–Atomium im Heyselpark, Expo '58, Brüssel, Belgien, Europa | Atomium in Heysel Park, Expo '58, Brussels, Europe, World Fair
RM2KAE899–FRANCE - 1958 April 12: An 35 francs brown, dark green and blue postage stamp depicting Expo-58 French Pavilion, Brussels. Issued for the Universal and International Exposition at Brussels. Expo 58, also known as the 1958 Brussels World's Fair, was a world's fair held on the Heysel Plateau in Brussels, Belgium, from 17 April to 19 October 1958. It was the first major world's fair registered under the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) after World War II
RMEN04M4–The Atomium, building in Brussels originally constructed for Expo 58, the 1958 Brussels World's Fair in Belgium