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|Location||City of Brussels, Brussels-Capital Region, Belgium|
Het Zinneke (Brusseleer dialect for "mutt"), sometimes wrongly called Zinneke Pis, is a bronze sculpture in Brussels (Belgium) erected in 1998. Created by Tom Frantzen, it represents a urinating dog, along the same lines as Manneken Pis (a boy) and Jeanneke Pis (a girl).
Het Zinneke is located at the junction of Rue des Chartreux/Kartuizersstraat and Rue du Vieux-Marché-aux-Grains/Oude Graanmarkt.
In August 2015, Het Zinneke was struck by a car, and was restored by the sculptor.
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