Town Hall in Bruges

The Bruges 14th-century Town Hall with its long vertical windows, splendid ornaments and plentifulness of statues, is a vibrant example of a fine Gothic style.The town hall was built between 1376 and 1420 and is one of the oldest still existing in the Low Countries.

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This object belongs to Burg Square in Bruges

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Architect definition of architect Louis Delacenserie
Style definitin of style Gothic
Category definition of category building
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Geographical coordinates 51.2087775, 3.2270719
Address 8000 Bruges, Burg
Construction dates 1376 - 1421

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