Town Hall

Built in 1901 in the neo-Flemish style by regional architect Louis Cordonnier, Dunkirk Town Hall has a 75m-high belfry. Take a peek into the hall, lit by a stained-glass window by Félix Gaudin, which depicts the return of Jean Bart after his victory at Texel.

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pl. Charles-Valentin

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