Hôtel de ville

The charming Renaissance Town Hall, housing the tourist office, was built under Emperor Charles V in 1530. The front has a finely worked perron topped by a crow-stepped gable and is dotted with tall basket-handle windows. Note the 14C Drapers' Hall, on the right, whose brick façade is striped with white-stone bands.

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