Palais de la Nation

Built in 1779 to house the Council of Brabant, this palace fits perfectly into the prospect of the central path of the Brussels (Parc de Bruxelles or Warandepark). Eight Ionic columns support a pediment with low reliefs. Restored in 1883 after a fire, it is now the seat of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

Useful information

Address:

pl. Place de la Nation, 1000 Bruxelles

Opening hours

open to visitors 21 Jul or by prior booking (2 months in advance) at 02 549 81 36

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