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This outstanding landmark building in the famous Grote Markt of Antwerp is currently under construction so one can only get a partial sense of its greatness. .
Built between 1561 and 1565 in its current state there is a huge decorative screen that covers the...More
The main plaza was open and you can enjoy and take good pictures on different angle. I was there end of June 2019 and too bad the hall was under construction. Probably this may have more character than the one in Brussels or Brugge but...More
Town Hall ( Stadhuis ) is one of the landmark buildings in the famous Grote Markt of Antwerp.
Built between 1561 and 1565 this beautiful Renaissance style building is one of the most photographed buildings in the Grote Markt, currently its undergoing a massive renovation,...More
Antwerp's Stadhuis is a beautiful Renaissance building, constructed between 1561 and 1565, but almost completely destroyed by fire in 1576 and subsequently rebuilt. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Although it is currently being restored and partly covered, it is still an impressive...More
The Town Hall was located in the city square next to Grote Markt with Brabo Fountain in front. Previously international flags were hanging on the external facade of the building but now it has been replaced by nicely decorated planks/sheets to cover up the whole...More
In the center of Grote Markt, this is an imposing building. Although covered with scoffolds while we were there, it is the largest of the building in Grote Mrkt and identifies as the center of Antwerp.
Yes, because the inside is being totally dismantled and then there's a complete renovation . And there are historical elements that have to be protected and handled with care, so this will slow things down ...