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Parc d’Egmont

by Vincent

Le Parc d’Egmont (The Egmont Park) is composed of the formed-gardens of the Egmont palace which were modified several times between the XVI century and 1902, dates on which architect Galoppin laid it out as it is now. This park forms a pleasant little oasis of peace and tranquility in the heart of a very busy urban district.

Location of the Parc d’Egmont :

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Park in front of the Egmont Palace

The Palais d’Egmont dates from 1533-34

Commissioned by the Princess of Gavre, mother of Lamoral of Egmont

The Neo-classical orangery

And its popular outside terrace

People relaxing on a hot summer day

Road around the park

More sun bathing in the park

Peter Pan bronze by Sir George Frampton

bronze statue of Prince Louis-Eugene de Ligne by J. Cluysenaar

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