Mr Monkey left Mini-Europe and scurried into the woods beneath the Atomium. Here he found, as he'd expected, the Théâtre de Verdure. This is an open air theatre, big enough to seat 3,000 people, built by Jules Buyssens for the 1935 Exposition. It was later used by bands and orchestras during the 1958 Exposition. Mr Monkey looked up at the terraces where the seats should be, than ran up to see what the view from the top was like.
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