Square Armand Steurs: Art Deco masterpiece

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Square Armand Steurs is home to a beautiful array of monuments, sculptures and fountains that make references, among others, to the former mayor of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode after which it is named, and to his role in the supply of drinking water to Brussels.

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Laid out in 1932 by the architect Eugène Dhuicque, in the purest Art Deco style, Square Armand Steurs is home to a beautiful array of monuments, sculptures and fountains that make references, among others, to the former mayor of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode after which it is named, and to his role in the supply of drinking water to Brussels. The sober lines of the surrounding houses and apartment buildings emphasise the beauty of this magnificent, yet little-known patch of greenery that has recently been restored to its former glory.