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City Hall of Brussels
Brussels Town Hall is one of Belgium's finest civic buildings. Not only because of the numerous sculptures adorning its walls, but also because of its perfect proportions and the incomparable beauty of its tower, the spire of which is topped by the archangel Saint-Michael. Brussels laid the foundation stone of the magnificent Gothic edifice in the spring of 1402. In 1695, when the city was bombarded by Marshal de Villeroy, the Town Hall was destroyed by fire. Its reception rooms and aldermen's offices contain fine Brussels tapestries from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, sumptuous Gothic wooden panelling,the insignia of ancient guilds and paintings from the collections at the Town Hall Museum.
Here you find other ideas for places to visit or events to do in Brussels, not taking into account the appreciation of other visitors for these places, nor for the area, the profile or the same experience.
An exhibition for everyone, educational, fun and interactive, which presents the Brussels Capital-Region from every angle, in a single place and in a single stage...
Located at the foot of the Atomium, Mini-Europe is the only park where you can have a whistle-stop tour of Europe in a few short hours. A truly unique journey!
An introduction to the art of making Gueuze-Lambic, the mysterious local beer that is the fruit of spontaneous fermentation.
Visitors will discover brewing equipment used in the 18th century and, in complete contrast, the museum's new hi-tech brewing centre. At the end of your visit you can taste a beer.
You will learn everything about the origins and the arrival of cocoa and chocolate in Europe.