Formally known as the European Union’s capital
The European Commission’s headquarters and The European Union’s Council are based in Brussels.
The Royal Palace, where the King of the Belgians exercises his prerogatives as head of state, is situated alongside Brussels' Park.
The City of Brussels is also the capital of both the French Community of Belgium and the Flemish Community.
Serving as the centre of administration for Belgium and Europe, Brussels' economy is largely service-oriented. It is dominated by regional and world headquarters of multinationals, by European institutions, by various local and federal administrations, and by related services companies, though it does have a number of notable craft industries, such as the Cantillon Brewery, a lambic brewery founded in 1900.
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