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Yesterday I brought a visit to Brussels.
The Town Hall is always a nice attraction for a photo.
You can read in the note of Brussels Town Hall

Brussels Town Hall

The Town Hall history.
Brussels Town Hall, a masterpiece of Gothic civil architecture from the 15th century, also distinguished by the richness of its interior. Paintings, sculptures and tapestries recall local and national episodes of our history in one of the most beautiful scenery in the country.
City Council Hall © MSB Inside City Hall, different styles and times together. At the back are some beautiful halls in the Louis XIV style from the early 18th century.
Some of them now serve for the meetings of the Board and the City Council.
Gothic building
Gothic building reworked city architect Victor Jamaer two ancient splendour halls in the purest Gothic Revival: the Wedding Hall and the Gothic room, which has retained its role as a place for official receptions.
Premises of Aldermen
The other rooms in the Town Hall serve the offices of the various Aldermen. These rooms are decorated with works of art that the city acquired in the course of the 19th and 20th centuries.
They are accessible only during special occasions.

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