Town Hall

The Baroque Town Hall, completed in 1624, was designed by Cobergher: surprisingly painter, engineer and architect, who introduced the first pawnshops to Flanders. The edifice was almost totally rebuilt in the 1980s. The vast foyer contains a fine fireplace, carved doorway and staircase with a stone balustrade.

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Main Square
Main Square
The Grand-Place has been recently
15 minutes
Burbant Tower
Burbant Tower
This massive square flat-buttressed keep
30 minutes
St Martin's Church
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15 minutes
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This museum is housed in Ath's former
60 minutes
Maison des Géants
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60 minutes
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