Brussels City Hall. This is a typical ancient Flandergothic architecture, magnificent, spiritual and high-rise, eye-catching. The city hall building was built in 1402. Its upper Hall tower is about 91 meters high. On the top of the tower, there is a statue of the guardian Saint Michel of Brussels, which is 5 meters high. Because the whole building was built in three different periods, the scale of the building appeared. The interior was beautifully decorated, the ceiling was beautifully painted, and the corridor was covered with colorful murals. Among the giant portraits are Belgian monarchs, portraits of kings who once ruled Brussels in Spain, the Netherlands and France, and the portrait of Napoleon, known as the "hero of the first generation" who swept across the European continent.
Located on the right side of Brussels Plaza, Brussels City Hall is unique and magnificent. This is a typical ancient Flandergothic architecture, magnificent, spiritual and high-rise, eye-catching. The city hall building was built in 1402. The tower above it is about 91 meters high. On the top of the tower, there is a statue of the guardian Saint Michel of Brussels, which is 5 meters high. This building is very striking and distinctive in the big square.
In theory, most of the city halls in Europe can be visited free of charge during working hours, but I arrived late and it was sunset, so I didn't go in to see them. This square is not big, but the building is very material. One by one, the tips are dense. Dense phobia is still a bypass. It is said that this was built by the Dutch in the golden age. Belgium belonged to the Netherlands before it split up. Compared with the dense buildings, the dense crowds of people in the square make me mistake that I have returned to China.
The City Hall of Brussels is very striking in the complex of the Grand Plaza in Brussels. It's a standard Gothic building, and the tall spire is its most obvious symbol. The city hall also maintains its administrative functions, which are open to the public after 4:30 p.m. every day. You can visit the designated area or climb to the top of the tower to overlook the entire Brussels Plaza.
Looking at Ding Ding and the children all the way, I feel good! But Belgians don't seem to like us.
One can't help being in a place like Woaze when it comes. Fortunately, the hotel is very close. It's so comfortable to walk to the big square in the early morning with few gusts of breeze. There's also a famous Swan Cafe nearby, but you have to go early or there will be a lot of people! In the afternoon, there will be more people, but the weather is good that day. It's also beautiful to go around and take pictures of the streets.
Brussels City Hall is a Gothic building. The whole building looks very beautiful. There are many gold decorations on the exterior wall of the building. There are many fine sculptures. Sitting in the open cafe on the big square, ordering a cup of coffee, sitting down and watching it carefully is the choice of many tourists, and the price of coffee is not expensive.