Brussels has one, but Ghent has no fewer than four. Above the entrance of the Nestor restaurant at the Kraanlei one proud Manneke Pis, Nestor, and two Meisjes Pis, Lena and Luna are displayed.

The bronze statue Manneke Pis Nestor has been there for some time, but the two girls have joined on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Ghent association De Sosseteit van de Gensche Mannekes Pies Twielink. Lena and Luna joined Manneke pis Nestor in 2014. The girls also owe their names to a real Ghentian twin. The artist Stefaan De Visscher designed the girls.

The figurines can be connected to the water supply, which will bring them to life and make them pee. Although not yet the case, this would be Ghent's first peeing figurines, making it a true tourist attraction.

The fourth and stone figurine can be found at The House of Alijn. The more reason to walk a little further along the Kraanlei and to visit the museum The House of Alijn.