27 Aug 2019

BRUSSELS FROM ABOVE

When I met Blogfriend Claire in Brussels she  took me to the "Old England" building. The Old England department store was a large retailer in downtown Brussels, Belgium, partially housed in a famous, important Art Nouveau building constructed by the Belgian architect Paul Saintenoy in 1898–99.

Today the building contains the groundbreaking MIM music museum, a celebration of music in all its forms, as well as a repository for more than 2000 historic instruments.

















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6 comments:

Lady Fi said...

Lovely views!

Andrew said...

What a wonderful building with such good views.

William Kendall said...

The architecture and the views are astonishing!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful. You can probably guess what I wish and how bad I feel about missing .....obviously, your blog friend Claire is much smarter than this friend!

Loree said...

Lovely views from this building.

Fun60 said...

Always looks different from above.