Square Henri Frick is a triangular park in the north of Brussels, near the Botanical Garden and the Congress Column. It was formerly known as the Observatory Garden, before being named after Henri Frick, a former mayor of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode in the 19th century. Square Henri Frick is a peaceful and green oasis in the busy city, with benches, trees and flowers. It also features a playground for children aged 7 to 12, with slides, swings and climbing structures. Square Henri Frick is a great place to enjoy some fresh air, nature and fun with your family or friends.