Tourists, expats and even people from Brussels themselves are often pleased and entertained by the incredible architecture of the city. It is, in fact, rich of different styles, influences, history and art, vital elements that give to Brussels its unique aspect and atmosphere. Among the various private art-deco houses that adorn the city, there are some public -and more classical- spots that represent the history and culture of Brussels. These buildings are an active and fundamental part of the urban landscape and of the city’s identity. Four in particular represent, each one in a different way, the development through time of the city and of its inhabitants; they portray the values, ideas and mindsets of Brussels’ ancestors and their endurance through history and time.
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