When you go to the main square, you will definitely see the Town Hall behind the fountain. Looking through the information, the building was built in the 16th century, and it is more than 400 years old. It may be old and ancient, and the building is under construction. I can't see its true face, so I can only wait for the next time.
The City Hall is a Renaissance-style building in the 1660s. It is very beautiful. It feels that the exterior of the building looks very complicated. The hall inside is also worth visiting. There are a lot of murals reflecting the historical events of the city.
Antwerp is a small city and a city with a big tourism industry. The buildings here are very old and suitable for visiting. The city hall is also very good. It is suitable for slowly browsing the buildings here. [Scenery] The environment of the whole scenic spot is also very beautiful. [Value for money] Very cost-effective
After a day in Antwerp, we finally reached the Grand Place where the last stop was located. The Town Hall of Antwerp, which is located on the west side of the Grand Place, is a Renaissance building. The statue in front of the town hall is the hero Brabo with the giant slitting hand, and the fountain is a bit of a sparse. The Grand Place + Statue + Town Hall seems to be the standard for all European cities, much the same but also pleasing.
Antwerp City Hall is a great building.
Antwerp City Hall is located in the middle of the main square and is a tall building in the Italian Renaissance style. The windows of the city hall building are filled with national flags, which is very distinctive. The mayor and councillors of Antwerp still work here, which is also the administrative center of the city.