Place Poelaert 1, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
Huge impressive building that’s free to go in! It’s great for a quick visit, and the scale of the place is impressive. Unfortunately when inside you have no idea what everything is and where you can go into as nothing is sign posted and it’s obviously still a working building! But security staff where very friendly. It is also a Shem it’s still under restoration so you can’t get the full impact of the size and how ornate it is when walking up to it!
This place has always been in construction 🚧. Unfortunately this is Belgium and everything here takes a long time to get fixed. But if you look closer and actually get inside the place and behind all the construction, you will understand why it is a must see in Brussels. This monument survived the 2 wars for a reason. It is truly a magnificent monument with Greek like statues.
Impressive building. Near a terrace with a good view of Brussels and elevator to return to the city from the hill
Although the exterior part was being renovated, the free visit to its interior was astonishing.
The Palace of Justice of Brussels or Law Courts of Brussels is the most important court building in Belgium. It is located on Place Poelaert/Poelaertplein in the Marolles/Marollen district of Brussels. The building is reputed to be the largest constructed in the 19th century and is a notable landmark of Brussels.