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Palace of Justice in Brussels, Belgium

Sitting on a high plateau overlooking the historic centre of Brussels, the Palace of Justice, home of Brussels’ courts of Justice, was the largest building erected in Europe in the 19th century. Designed by the Belgian architect Joseph Poelaert, this

Posted in 2016, Belgium, Shortlist Tagged with:

14 European sites shortlisted for ‘The 7 Most Endangered’ programme 2016

Europa Nostra, the leading European heritage organisation, and the European Investment Bank Institute (EIBI) announce today the 14 monuments and sites shortlisted for ‘The 7 Most Endangered’ programme 2016 by an international panel of experts in various fields. PRESS RELEASE

Posted in 2016, Armenia, Belgium, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, News, Norway, Portugal, Shortlist, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom

Historic Stage Machinery of the Bourla Theatre, Antwerp, BELGIUM

The Bourla is the last remaining municipal theatre in Europe with original stage machinery, created by the French company Philastre and Cambon in 1834. The stage machinery as well as the Neo-Classical building by the Belgian architect Pierre Bourla were,

Posted in 2014, Belgium Tagged with:

Historic Stage Machinery of the Bourla Theatre, Antwerp, BELGIUM

The Bourla is the last remaining municipal theatre in Europe with original stage machinery, created by the French company Philastre and Cambon in 1834. The stage machinery as well as the Neo-Classical building by the Belgian architect Pierre Bourla were,

Posted in 2014, Belgium Tagged with: ,

Historic Stage Machinery of the Bourla Theatre, Antwerp, BELGIUM

The Bourla is the last remaining municipal theatre in Europe with original stage machinery, created by the French company Philastre and Cambon in 1834. The stage machinery as well as the Neo-Classical building by the Belgian architect Pierre Bourla were,

Posted in 2014, Belgium Tagged with: ,