The most beautiful Neo-Classical groups of buildings of the historic centre

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In the eighteenth century, the urban fabric of Brussels inherited from the Middle Ages was profoundly changed by the construction of three major Neo-Classical groups of buildings

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In the eighteenth century, the urban fabric of Brussels inherited from the Middle Ages was profoundly changed by the construction of three major Neo-Classical groups of buildings: the Place des Martyrs (formerly the Place Saint-Michel), the Place de la Monnaie and the Grand-Hospice (Béguinage) district. This guided tour will enable participants to understand how these three groups of buildings completely transformed Brussels.   
Interior visit : the Finistère Church.

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