Hôtel de ville

This charming Renaissance town hall, with an ornate perron before it, was built under Emperor Charles V, in 1530. The façade of this building that is now home to the tourist office features crow-stepped gables and tall basket-handle bay windows. Note the 14C covered market on the right, whose brick façade is striped with white-stone bands.

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Address : 

3440 Zoutleeuw

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Church of St Leonard of Zoutleeuw
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Church of St Leonard of Zoutleeuw
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This attractive church was built from
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St Saviour Church of Hakendover
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