Belgium Poulaert Square Brussels

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Gert Lucas

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Place Poelaert is a square in the center of Brussels, Belgium, close to Place Louise and the Small Ring. It measures 150 by 50 meters - an area of 0.75 ha - making it the largest square in the city. It is dominated by the Law Courts and was named after its architect, Joseph Poelaert. A large part of the former park and gardens of the Herenhuis de Merode were cut off for the construction of the square. The location on the Galgenberg, in the Brussels upper town, offers a wide panorama of the Brussels lower town and municipalities in the northwest such as Koekelberg and Laken

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