Pissing boy statue

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By Geert van Istendael , translated by Anna Asbury. Manneken Pis, the most famous inhabitant of Brussels, celebrates his th birthday. Although its origins are older, the bronze statue of the peeing boy as we know it today was made in With a mere 58 cm, Manneken Pis has grown from a fountain into the symbol of Brussels, known throughout the world.
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Why all the pee-pee themed statues in Brussels? | The World from PRX

Upon arrival in Brussels one of the first attractions you are shown is the Manneken Pis little pee man in Flemish. The peeing boy is a small bronze fountain statue from the 17th century that is tall just 61cm 24 inches. Many great legends bring this little statue to life in the hearts of visitors, and the question is why was this statue erected? One story tells of a tourist father who lost his son in the city and after receiving help from villagers to find the boy, he gifted this statue to them. Another, more daring, tale is one where the boy was a spy during a siege of the city. He literally put out a ploy to bomb the city by urinating on the explosives!
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Manneken Pis has been a public fountain, a mascot and the hero of many incredible tales. He has received gifts from lords and kings and has been abducted and saved several times. There are many fables that surround his origins; some are believable, while others are downright bizarre. It was not uncommon to let children urinate on leather since the ammonia in urine helps to make the leather more supple. Of course, there is no way of knowing whether Manneken Pis was truly an homage to the tanners.
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A symbol of defiance from a small city with a strange sense of humor. Knowing these historic facts will certainly make your visit to the Manneken Pis statue more interesting and help you understand how this funny little statue captured the hearts of its residents, and is still relevant today. The statue most probably started out as a public fountain, with the peeing boy as a homage to the tanners, as medieval tanners let children and street urchins pee on leather to make it more supple.
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