Square Prince Léopold is a public garden in the Laeken district of Brussels, near the Royal Palace and the Atomium. It was created in the 19th century and named after Prince Leopold, the first King of the Belgians. Square Prince Léopold is a green and quiet space in the city, with lawns, trees and flowers. It also has a playground for children, with a petanque ground, an outdoor sports area and a ping pong table. Square Prince Léopold is a perfect place to have fun, relax and enjoy nature with your family or friends.