In the never-ending series of Brussels statues, here is one in the honour of Edith Cavell. A British nurse, who served in the First World War, she was executed and since became a popular martyr and heroine. Her link with Brussels is quite strong, as she was appointed matron of a hospital in Brussels.
A statue of her can be seen in London in front of the National Portrait Gallery. Maybe Ham could provide us with a Brussels-London link? :)
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