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    • The laboratories of the Royal Belgian Institute for Natural Sciences

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      Come and discover the natural sciences applied to archaeology: anthropology, archaeobotany and archaeozoology. The scientists from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences will take you on a tour of their laboratories and present their…

      Come and discover the natural sciences applied to archaeology: anthropology, archaeobotany and archaeozoology. The scientists from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences will take you on a tour of their laboratories and present their working methods as well as the results obtained in the various disciplines. These are fascinating jobs that allow us to gain a better understanding of daily life in the past! Collaboration: Urban.brussels, RBINS (more…)

      Come and discover the natural sciences applied to archaeology: anthropology, archaeobotany and archaeozoology. The scientists from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences will take you on a tour of their laboratories and present their working methods as well as the results obtained in the various disciplines. These are fascinating jobs that allow us to gain a better understanding of daily life in the past! Collaboration: Urban.brussels, RBINS (more…)

    • The laboratories of the Institut royal du Patrimoine artistique (IRPA)

      The Brussels archaeological material under the microscope The IRPA opens its doors to you for a visit! Come and meet various specialists in their laboratory to discover some secrets of Brussels' past. Did you know…

      The Brussels archaeological material under the microscope The IRPA opens its doors to you for a visit! Come and meet various specialists in their laboratory to discover some secrets of Brussels' past. Did you know that some of the finds made during the excavations at Parking 58 in the city centre were X-rayed? What did these images reveal? Do you know the different dating methods? Radiocarbon and dendrochronology provide answers to archaeologists and historians, whether…

      The Brussels archaeological material under the microscope The IRPA opens its doors to you for a visit! Come and meet various specialists in their laboratory to discover some secrets of Brussels' past. Did you know that some of the finds made during the excavations at Parking 58 in the city centre were X-rayed? What did these images reveal? Do you know the different dating methods? Radiocarbon and dendrochronology provide answers to archaeologists and historians, whether they are dating a charcoal, a sculpture or a roof frame as impressive as that of the Saint Michael and Saint Gudula cathedral. Do you have any idea where the white stone from which so many buildings in Brussels were constructed came from? Did you…

    • Archaeological showcases

      Place Saint-Géry 1, 1000 Brussels

      The archaeological objects of the Urban.brussels collection are presented to the public at the Halles Saint-Géry in a large showcase on the ground floor. The alternation of themes makes it possible to show a multitude…

      The archaeological objects of the Urban.brussels collection are presented to the public at the Halles Saint-Géry in a large showcase on the ground floor. The alternation of themes makes it possible to show a multitude of objects from daily life, from prehistory to the present day. The showcase is currently dedicated to a selection of the discoveries made in 2019 during the excavation of the former Parking 58, during which a section of the canalized…

      The archaeological objects of the Urban.brussels collection are presented to the public at the Halles Saint-Géry in a large showcase on the ground floor. The alternation of themes makes it possible to show a multitude of objects from daily life, from prehistory to the present day. The showcase is currently dedicated to a selection of the discoveries made in 2019 during the excavation of the former Parking 58, during which a section of the canalized seine and a quay wall of the medieval port of Brussels were unearthed. Brussels archaeology is also digitally accessible via some 3D-models on Sketchfab: https://sketchfab.com/ArcheoBru  Click on the "Follow" button to be updated on the newest models ! (more…)

    • The Hôtel d’Hoogstraeten and its garden

      rue Villa-Hermosa 5, 1000 Brussels

      This visit proposes to discover the surroundings of the former Hôtel d'Hoogstraeten, which was occupied by an adviser to Charles V in the 16th century. As part of the demolition-construction work to create a future…

      This visit proposes to discover the surroundings of the former Hôtel d'Hoogstraeten, which was occupied by an adviser to Charles V in the 16th century. As part of the demolition-construction work to create a future museum space, Urban organized preliminary archaeological excavations in the garden area of this private mansion; the northern part was excavated in early 2022 by a team from the Monument Vandekerckhove sa/nv. Visitors will be guided through the Villa Hermosa street…

      This visit proposes to discover the surroundings of the former Hôtel d'Hoogstraeten, which was occupied by an adviser to Charles V in the 16th century. As part of the demolition-construction work to create a future museum space, Urban organized preliminary archaeological excavations in the garden area of this private mansion; the northern part was excavated in early 2022 by a team from the Monument Vandekerckhove sa/nv. Visitors will be guided through the Villa Hermosa street and the Museum of the Coudenberg Palace, where the most beautiful archaeological discoveries made during the various excavation campaigns carried out on the site of the ducal palace are on display. Collaboration: Urban.brussels, Monument-Vandekerckhove sa/nv, Coudenberg Palace (more…)

    • The archaeological laboratory of urban.brussels

      Mont des Arts 10-13, 1000 Brussels

      [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsXzyRxFmEA[/embed] All the objects discovered on the archaeological sites within the Brussels Region are treated in the archaeological laboratory of Urban.brussels. This guided tour will allow the public to discover the complex treatment process to…

      [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsXzyRxFmEA[/embed] All the objects discovered on the archaeological sites within the Brussels Region are treated in the archaeological laboratory of Urban.brussels. This guided tour will allow the public to discover the complex treatment process to which the archaeological material is subjected from the moment it is unearthed. Objects from different periods and made from a wide variety of materials such as glass, metal, ceramics, bone and wood can be observed. The conservation and restoration techniques…

      [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsXzyRxFmEA[/embed] All the objects discovered on the archaeological sites within the Brussels Region are treated in the archaeological laboratory of Urban.brussels. This guided tour will allow the public to discover the complex treatment process to which the archaeological material is subjected from the moment it is unearthed. Objects from different periods and made from a wide variety of materials such as glass, metal, ceramics, bone and wood can be observed. The conservation and restoration techniques used will be presented by the conservators. Special attention will also be paid to the ethical considerations inherent in modern archaeological conservation-restoration. (more…)

    • The mediaeval abbey Ter Kameren/La Cambre

      Abbaye de la Cambre, Brussels

      Archaeology at the service of a restoration project At first glance, the buildings surrounding the medieval church of the former abbey of Cistercian nuns of La Cambre mainly belong to the 18th century. Recent work…

      Archaeology at the service of a restoration project At first glance, the buildings surrounding the medieval church of the former abbey of Cistercian nuns of La Cambre mainly belong to the 18th century. Recent work campaigns on the eastern wing of the cloister have made it possible to understand the primitive medieval spaces of the cloister buildings of the abbey, both in plan and in elevation. During this visit around the cloister and in the…

      Archaeology at the service of a restoration project At first glance, the buildings surrounding the medieval church of the former abbey of Cistercian nuns of La Cambre mainly belong to the 18th century. Recent work campaigns on the eastern wing of the cloister have made it possible to understand the primitive medieval spaces of the cloister buildings of the abbey, both in plan and in elevation. During this visit around the cloister and in the church, we will take you back 800 years in time to discover - by means of archaeology - the still largely unknown remains of the medieval abbey of La Cambre. Interesting comparisons with its mother abbey, the Cistercian abbey of Villers-en-Brabant (Villers-la-Ville), lift a corner…

    • The Priory of the Rouge-Cloître in Auderghem

      Rue du Rouge-Cloître 4, 1160 Auderghem

      Prior to the restoration of the buildings and the site, Brussels archaeologists have been interested in the Priory of Rouge-Cloître for some thirty years. You will discover its medieval heritage through the many remains still…

      Prior to the restoration of the buildings and the site, Brussels archaeologists have been interested in the Priory of Rouge-Cloître for some thirty years. You will discover its medieval heritage through the many remains still present on the site. From the laying of the first stone of the church in 1381, to the reconstruction of its choir between 1511 and 1520, a monumental complex, endorsed by the Duchess Jeanne de Brabant, was built on this…

      Prior to the restoration of the buildings and the site, Brussels archaeologists have been interested in the Priory of Rouge-Cloître for some thirty years. You will discover its medieval heritage through the many remains still present on the site. From the laying of the first stone of the church in 1381, to the reconstruction of its choir between 1511 and 1520, a monumental complex, endorsed by the Duchess Jeanne de Brabant, was built on this site on the edge of the Sonian forest. The recently restored Prior's House - the former eastern wing of the cloister that probably housed the scriptorium frequented by the painter Hugo van der Goes - is the highlight of this visit. Within its walls, the…

    • The cellars of the house “La Renommée / De Faem”, Grand-Place 13

      Grand-Place 13, 1000 Brussels

      The Renommée/De Faem is a dwelling in the interior of a housing block, accessible from the Grand Place via a passageway between no. 14 and the Hard Rock Café (no. 12A). The dwelling has been…

      The Renommée/De Faem is a dwelling in the interior of a housing block, accessible from the Grand Place via a passageway between no. 14 and the Hard Rock Café (no. 12A). The dwelling has been archaeologically and historically documented since the late Middle Ages. At that time it formed a dwelling with at least two perpendicular wings, one of which had a cellar. This first construction, intended for residential use, was built into a block…

      The Renommée/De Faem is a dwelling in the interior of a housing block, accessible from the Grand Place via a passageway between no. 14 and the Hard Rock Café (no. 12A). The dwelling has been archaeologically and historically documented since the late Middle Ages. At that time it formed a dwelling with at least two perpendicular wings, one of which had a cellar. This first construction, intended for residential use, was built into a block that was still open and not very well built. The situation changed radically after the bombing of 1695. The installation of a family of wholesale wine merchants (the Vander Meulens) at nos. 13-14, whose commercial activities required an increase in storage and sales space, resulted…

    • The collegiate church of Saints-Pierre-et-Guidon in Anderlecht

      Collégiale Saints-Pierre-et-Guidon, place de la Vaillance, Anderlecht

      The collegiate church of Saints-Pierre-et-Guidon in Anderlecht is one of our most beautiful Gothic buildings, but its history, which dates back to the 11th century, is not easily revealed. An archaeological look at the stone…

      The collegiate church of Saints-Pierre-et-Guidon in Anderlecht is one of our most beautiful Gothic buildings, but its history, which dates back to the 11th century, is not easily revealed. An archaeological look at the stone of its façades, or the wood of its roofframes, will allow the archaeologists to present some milestones of its evolution over the centuries... Collaboration: Urban.brussels, ULiège (more…)

      The collegiate church of Saints-Pierre-et-Guidon in Anderlecht is one of our most beautiful Gothic buildings, but its history, which dates back to the 11th century, is not easily revealed. An archaeological look at the stone of its façades, or the wood of its roofframes, will allow the archaeologists to present some milestones of its evolution over the centuries... Collaboration: Urban.brussels, ULiège (more…)

    • The former Beguinage of Anderlecht

      Rue du Chapelain 8, 1070 Anderlecht

      The Anderlecht beguinage - the smallest preserved in the country - is a remarkable heritage site in Brussels and in Belgium. It is in an exceptional state of preservation and has revealed the presence of…

      The Anderlecht beguinage - the smallest preserved in the country - is a remarkable heritage site in Brussels and in Belgium. It is in an exceptional state of preservation and has revealed the presence of an old half-timbered building dating from the first half of the 15th century, enlarged at the beginning of the 16th century, then finally partly preserved in the heart of the new brick and white stone constructions erected during the 18th…

      The Anderlecht beguinage - the smallest preserved in the country - is a remarkable heritage site in Brussels and in Belgium. It is in an exceptional state of preservation and has revealed the presence of an old half-timbered building dating from the first half of the 15th century, enlarged at the beginning of the 16th century, then finally partly preserved in the heart of the new brick and white stone constructions erected during the 18th century. A team of researchers from different backgrounds, invites you to rediscover its history. The visit will also be an opportunity to discover the result of the restoration work undertaken in 2021. Collaboration: Urban.brussels, ULB – CreA-Patrimoine, Beguinage Anderlecht (more…)