This is a beautiful Gothic-style building which was begun in the fifteenth century, making it one of the oldest town halls in the country. Here you can see the Palace of Justice and the Basilica, as well as the town hall. You can access the latter for a few euros, and can admire its interior, with large nineteenth century tapestries, decorative objects, and a huge vault. The audio guide will help you enjoy some interesting facts about the history of the city. I also recommend visiting the church, which houses some fascinating relics.
This building is certainly one that has impressed me most in my travels. I loved it the first time I came here on a trip through Belgium, Holland and West Germany some years ago. Returning, I remembered that I had not been wrong. It is spectacular, a clear example of Flamboyant Gothic. And it is a delight to behold. It's one of those few buildings in the world that you can just stay looking at for hours on end. At least, that's what makes me do!
The Grote Markt in Antwerp is full of charm and part of it due to the town hall which is a beautiful building itself but even more so when you decorate with colorful flags. Its construction, completed in 1565, was in charge of Cornelis Floris, making it one of the oldest Renaissance buildings in the country. In 1576 it suffered a fire during the looting in Antwerp known as the "Spanish Fury" ... The interior was restored in the 19th century. A set of pictures which shows the history of Antwerp are showcased. Today you can visit the interior of this beautiful town hall. And if we add this council, Bravo Silvio Sculpture, and Guild Houses, it forms a perfect square why it's worthwhile visiting the city. ..
The municipality of Charleroi is located right in the place of Roi Charles. In 1887 the city was moved from the Hall Courthouse after a monumental work by the architects Joseph André and Jules Cezar, blending classical and Art Deco. On the sides there are two allegories of Marcel Rrau: the family and the city administration. The bas-reliefs of the balconies, designed by Oscar de Clerck, represent the various matters pertaining to the city council: finance, accounting, public education, police, marriages, births and deaths. The interior is decorated with marble and brass, wood paneling and luxurious upholstery. In addition to being the Town Hall, the building is also the Museum of Fine Arts. To access the museum, you enter from the Manege Square. On the door, there are 47 bells that jingle every hour. The tocsin has been declared a site of artistic interest in the UNESCO world heritage.