The Musee Horta in Brussels is the home that art nouveau architect Victor Horta designed and built to live in. He created this new "eclectic style," which he created was later became avante-garde and was named, "Art Nouveau." The house if delightful to experience with its many curves of wrought iron, wood, and mosaics. The furniture fits perfectly with the flow of each room. I was enthralled by every room as we moved up stairs.
If you go to Antwerp, there is the beautiful Grand Cafe Horta, that you MUST aslo visit. The food was great, but there is salvaged metal from Horta's celebrated Art Nouveau Volkshuis in Brussels, demolished in 1965.
The Palais de Justice covers a surface area of 26,000 square meters and was one of the largest buildings in
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