Saturday, April 14, 2007

Town Hall

The Town Hall (Hôtel de Ville in French) in Brussels, Belgium , was constructed between 1402 and 1455 and was the only building to escape French bombardment of 1695. The 96m high gothic tower was designed by architect Jan Van Ruysbroeck. It is adorned with a golden statue of St. Michael, the patron of Brussels, at the top. Contributed by MOI.

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