This is where I used to revise my books when I made my degree in Journalism. I didn't use a fisheye lens, I have actually assembled some 14 photos I took when I was there 2 days ago. The original image is huge (12000 pixels wide - See the detail below).

The "Mont des Arts" (meaning "hill of the arts") is a historic site in the center of Brussels, Belgium. The showcase square was created for the Universal Exposition held in Brussels in 1910. The square and its surroundings gave way to massive, severely geometric postmodern structures such as the Royal Library of Belgium and the Congress Palace.

The above photo has been shot with the Samsung NX10, which
has been provided to me by Samsung Digital Imaging Co., Ltd.
Random detail of the above image:

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