The Royal Army Museum in Brussels, Belgium, doesn’t charge visitors an entrance fee to view its permanent collection of airplanes, parked on the ground and suspended from the ceiling.
The Royal Army Museum in Brussels, Belgium, doesn’t charge visitors an entrance fee to view its permanent collection of airplanes, parked on the ground and suspended from the ceiling. Yves Logghe The Associated Press
The Royal Army Museum in Brussels, Belgium, doesn’t charge visitors an entrance fee to view its permanent collection of airplanes, parked on the ground and suspended from the ceiling. Yves Logghe The Associated Press

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December 13, 2014 4:00 PM

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