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Big Royal Oath and Saint Georges of the Crossbowmen of Brussels
Serving the City of Brussels since 1381 and respecting the tradition of companionships of former Brussels guilds, the Big Royal Oath and Saint Georges of the Crossbowmen of Brussels has practised traditional crossbow shooting till today in the disciplines of 6, 10 and 20 meters in the purpose, as well as the high pole of 36 meters . The Oath also sticks to tradition in its taking part to the Ommegang.
The museum exhibits collections related to the life of the Guild and the history of crossbow (more than 1500 parts).
It is opened to all, every Thursday evening from 8 pm till 11 pm. The groups are welcome the other days after appointment for a visit with conference and demonstrations of shootings.
Impasse du Borgendael-Place Royale 7 1000 Bruxelles - firstname.lastname@example.org - http://www.arbaletriers-saintgeorges.be
Open on thursday from 20:00 to 23:00 On go only for groups
Closed on feastday-thursdays
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