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Palais de Justice, Brussels

The neo-Classical Palais de Justice or Palace of Justice is the most important Court building in Belgium, with 27 large court rooms and 245 smaller court rooms.

The neo-Classical Palais de Justice or Palace of Justice is the most important Court building in Belgium, with 27 large court rooms and 245 smaller court rooms. Larger than St Peter's basilica in Rome, it cost 45 million Belgian Francs to construct in 1866. Its imposing dome is visible from several points all over the city.


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About Palais de Justice

 Poelaertplein 1, Brussels, Belgium

 +32 2 508 71 11

 justice.belgium.be

Palais de Justice and Nearby Sights on Map

Infantry Memorial

The Infantry Memorial honors the Belgian infantry soldiers who fought in both the World Wars

De Smet de Naeyer

Anglo-Belgian War Memorial

The Anglo-Belgian War Memorial was built in 1923 to commemorate the support given by the Belgian People to British prisoners of war during World War I

Passe-moi l’ciel

Great Synagogue of Europe

Musée Juif de Belgique

Dedicated to the craft, folk art, culture and religion of the Jewish people in Belgium

L'homme de l'Atlantide

Blondin et Cirage

The mural on Rue des Capucins 15 is a depiction of Jijé's Belgian comic characters Blondin and Blinkie

Musée du CPAS de Bruxelles

Marché aux Puces

This flea market offers everything from the weird to the wonderful at rock-bottom prices