Tour guide in bruxelles
Brussels Town Hall is one of Belgium's finest civic buildings.
The building in neoclassical style was built in 1826. The former Botanical Garden was transformed into a cultural centre in 1984. Due to its architecture and layout, it is almost unique, with its splendid tropical greenhouse having been turned into a central corridor with a rich variety of plants.
Expositions temporaires. L'Institut fut érigé en 1904 par les architectes C. Bosmans et H. van de Velde, grâce à Solvay. Merveilleuse bibliothèque aux lambris d'acajou, récemment restaurée.
The narrow path leading to the Beguine convent enhances still further the intimacy of this site, which once offered refuge to eight Beguine nuns. The convent was founded in 1252 by William, Doyen of the Chapter of Anderlecht. The inner garden, with its covered well, is flanked by two rows of 14th century maisonettes.
The sound factory... a unique piece of architectural heritage synonymous with cultural and technological innovation. At the dawn of the 21st century, the liner is already starting a new life. Fully restored and renovated, the building houses concert halls and studios, including the famous Studio 4 and its unique acoustic. Flagey is the place for musical and visual creation, a space of communication, dialogue and encounters, a house open to the world.