Maison Communale de Saint-Gilles

by Vincent

La Maison Communale de Saint-Gilles or in English the Saint-Gilles Town hall was completed in 1904. It was built according to the plans of architect and urbanist Victor Besme and bears a lot of similarities with a French château with Venetian overtones seen in the tower. The interior can be visited during office working hours from 8h00 to 12h30 and 13h to 16h30 at Place Van Meenen 39, 1060 Saint-Gilles, Belgium.

Location of the Saint-Gilles Town hall:


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Photos Maison Communale de Saint-Gilles:

The town hall with it’s tower in the back

Steps leading to the Main entrance

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Sculpture of La Déesse du Bock

The Town Hall and tower seen from the back

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Side entrance

Arriving from street in the back of the Saint-Gilles Town hall

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Details of the Tower

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1 comment

Joseph Van Pieperbol August 20, 2012 - 5:14 pm

L'architecte n'est pas Victor Besme, Mais Albert Dumont

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