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La Monnaie is the Belgian Opera House. The building is very beautiful with exquisite architecture. The history of the building goes quite a long way back, as far as the 17th century. The Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie (in French), or The Koninklijke Muntschouwburg (in...More
The Theatre Royal de la Monnaie was first built in 1817 but following a fire in 1855 was mostly destroyed, only the huge front of the building survived. It is the centre of performing arts and has a grand interior.
The National Opera House that hosts opera, classical music, ballet and theatre. The Entrance Hall opens to the public one hour prior to performances which are usually Tuesday through to Saturday. The opera house has a long history with the most recent in 1855 being...More
There has been an opera house on this site for centuries and De Munt ( La Monnaie ) is probably Brussels most famous,it's certainly it's most beautiful.
The opera house has the rare distinction of being financed by the federal government which is almost unheard...More
The Theatre Royal De La Monnaie ( Koninklijke Muntschouwburg ) is an amazing looking opera house that is housed in a rather drab modern square namely Place De La Monnaie.
The Royal Theatre Of The Mint is one of the few cultural institutions to receive...More
What a beautiful theatre. We saw a stunning Sasha Waltz piece with a pre-show introduction in the grand salon upstairs, dripping with gold decoration and mirrors of course.
It would go to Brussels just to see something here.
Fronting a rather dreary modern square, is this classical building housing the opera. Built in 1829, this neo-classical masterpiece of columns and sculptures is a little incongruously situation facing a boring, workaday business block.