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De Beurs/La Bourse

3.9/5
11 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Address: Place de la Bourse, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
Phone: 32-2-509-12-11

What people are saying:

The Bourse of Brussels is the stock exchange of the country. While a handsome neoclassical building in itself, the Bourse marks the border between the old town center and the more modern district of the city with many chain clothing outlets and fast food restaurants along Boulevard Anspach.

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  • Jydeoo
    Jydeoo
    Lagos, Nigeria
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    Historic Building on the Pedestrian Street

    Located in the stock exchange square, the front was full of people catching a good time in the evening. There were some civil works going on on the adjoining streets, but that did not deter the loads ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1588994410000+0800)/
  • a1eksandar
    a1eksandar
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    Huge

    Huge and dominant building, clearly representing all might which country possess. Not far from the main square.

    Reviewed on /Date(1579065776000+0800)/
  • ancas15
    ancas15
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    Visit

    Saw the outside of the building at night. Was nice to see it light up at night. Wished we would have had the opportunity to see the interior

    Reviewed on /Date(1575965629000+0800)/
  • GrahamP113
    GrahamP113
    Witham, United Kingdom
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    Visit

    Seen from the outside due to time constraints but absolutely gorgeous and well worth the time spent looking. Great place

    Reviewed on /Date(1575172136000+0800)/
  • macedonboy
    macedonboy
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    Fantastic Building and interesting exhibition on Capitalism

    The old La Bourse de Bruxelles building is the stock exchange of Brussels. The grand old lady of Brussels is a staggeringly beautiful classically inspired building. The front of the building is especi...

    Reviewed on /Date(1574134978000+0800)/

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Introduction

The "purse" of Brussels was made by a declaration of none other than Napoleon in 1801, yet the building that as of now houses Belgium's stock trade was not intended for an additional six decades. Development started on the site of a previous butter market, which already had been a Franciscan religious community. Following five long stretches of development, the lined neo-Renaissance building was finished in 1873. It ran consistently as the Bourse for the following 127 years, yet in September of 2000, the Brussels stock trade converged with the trades in Paris and Amsterdam to shape EuroNext. Within the building, which incorporates workmanship by Auguste Rodin, Guillaume de Groot, and French artist Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse must be visited by appointment, and a guide will give a visit to a gathering of at least 20.
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