Malou Park

Brussels, Belgium

Malou Park

Malou Park (French: Parc Malou, Dutch: Maloupark) is an urban park in the Woluwe-Saint-Lambert municipality of Brussels, Belgium. It is in the valley of the Woluwe stream, to the southeast of the Woluwe Shopping Center. It is the municipality's oldest and biggest park.

The park was established on the marshy, boggy field surrounding the banks of the Struybeek stream, a tributary of the Woluwe. In 1774 the park featured 7 fish ponds, a small hunting lodge called t'Speelgoet and a small reservoir. The gardens of the Speelgoet castle were laid out in the early 17th century by the hunting lodge's first known owners, a local family called Preud'homme.

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