If you're old enough, you'll remember the Heysel area in Brussels before Bruparck and the Kinepolis cineplex.
After the universal exhibition of 1958, the owners of the Meli Amusement Park that was situated on the Belgian Coast (now Plopsaland) got permission to build a smaller version on part of the old exhibition grounds. That park lasted until the late eighties, when it was demolished to make way for Bruparck. The cycle seems to be repeating as Bruparck is now slated for demolition to make way for a new shopping, congress and business centre.
I came across a bunch of old postcards from the Heysel Meli Park, so I scanned them in and published them here. Enjoy.