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Palace of Justice, Antwerp

The Palace of Justice, aptly nicknamed 'Butterfly Palace' for its winged layout, houses the 6 main courts and 26 smaller courts.

The Palace of Justice, aptly nicknamed 'Butterfly Palace' for its winged layout, houses the 6 main courts and 26 smaller courts. The old Palace of Justice is a 19th century red brick building on the Britselei.


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About Palace of Justice

 Antwerp, Belgium

Palace of Justice and Nearby Sights on Map

FotoMuseum

The FotoMuseum in Antwerp displays a collection of historical and contemporary photographs

Museum of Modern Art

The Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst (Museum of Modern Art) showcases contemporary art by Belgian and international artists

Zuiderpershuis

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Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp

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Closed for renovation till 2017

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Plantin Moretus Museum

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MoMu

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De Ruien

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Vlaeykensgang

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