Palace of the Prince-Bishops, Liège

Interesting
This palace, built around 1000 by Bishop Notger, has been renovated many times. It was entirely rebuilt in 1526 on the orders of Prince-Bishop La Mark; its main façade was rebuilt after the 1734 fire. The neo-Gothic left wing dates back to the 19C. The great courtyard is surrounded by galleries with raised arcades and 60 curved columns. Currently, the buildng is occupied by the administrative services of the province and the law courts.

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Address : 

4000 Liège

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