Rue neuve

With one international shop sign after another, this pedestrian street has been the capital's busiest shopping street since the 19C. The department store L'Innovation (today called Inno), originally built by Victor Horta, was rebuilt after the tragic fire of May 1967.

Useful information

Address : 

r. Neuve, 1000 Bruxelles

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Place des Martyrs
Place des Martyrs
This classically-appointed, haven of
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Church of Notre-Dame du Finistère Church of Notre-Dame du Finistère
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This lovely church was built from 1708
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Place de Brouckère Place de Brouckère
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In 1871, the mayor Jules Anspach decided
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Théâtre de la Monnaie
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In 1830, this theatre witnessed the
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Belgian Comic Strip Centre Belgian Comic Strip Centre
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Church of St-Jean-Baptiste-au-Béguinage Church of St-Jean-Baptiste-au-Béguinage
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In a peaceful neighbourhood, this church
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Place des Martyrs
Place des Martyrs
This classically-appointed, haven of
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Church of Notre-Dame du Finistère Church of Notre-Dame du Finistère
Church of Notre-Dame du Finistère
This lovely church was built from 1708
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Place de Brouckère Place de Brouckère
Place de Brouckère
In 1871, the mayor Jules Anspach decided
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