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The Stoclet Palace is an early 20th century luxurious mansion, designed by architect Josef Hoffmann for banker Adolphe Stoclet in Vienna Secession style.
The Stoclet Palace is an early 20th century luxurious mansion, designed by architect Josef Hoffmann for banker Adolphe Stoclet in Vienna Secession style. The opulent residence made by the Wiener Wertkstatte is noted for its marble paneling and artworks by the likes of Gustav Klimt and Koloman Moser, harmoniously brought together as a Gesamtkunstwerk or all-embracing art form. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for the aesthetic integrity of its art and architecture.
A museum that is dedicated to the art of binding books, with one of the most prestigious bookbinding collections in the world
Famous metro station named after Belgian WWI air ace Edmond Thieffry
Old trams are regularly used to link the museum to one of Brussels suburbs, Tervuren, through a very nice wooded area
Built by Paul Cauchie in 1905, the house has a spectacular Art Nouveau façade
The Belgian Army Museum and Museum of Military History occupies the north wing of the Palais Cinquantenaire
Automobiles from the dawn of the motoring age to 1970s including the earliest Mercedes, Renaults, BMW Isettas, Tatras, Ford T-birds, even a jeepney from the Philippines
Chateau Malou is an elegant white neoclassical building dating back to 1776, set in the picturesque Parc Malou overlooking the Woluwe River
This museum has an important collection of art objects from different civilizations from all over the world