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    Stroll through time...

    • Saturday lectures

      Site rencontre portugais gratuit - Rencontre celibataire en montchanin

      A series of lectures given by scientists offer the opportunity to discover recent archaeological research carried out in the Brussels region: excavations, building archaeology, natural sciences... Several disciplines come together to reveal the city of…

      A series of lectures given by scientists offer the opportunity to discover recent archaeological research carried out in the Brussels region: excavations, building archaeology, natural sciences... Several disciplines come together to reveal the city of yesterday! (in French and Dutch) (more…)

      A series of lectures given by scientists offer the opportunity to discover recent archaeological research carried out in the Brussels region: excavations, building archaeology, natural sciences... Several disciplines come together to reveal the city of yesterday! (in French and Dutch) (more…)

    • Friday lectures

      A series of lectures given by scientists offer the opportunity to discover recent archaeological research carried out in the Brussels region: excavations, building archaeology, natural sciences... Several disciplines come together to reveal the city of…

      A series of lectures given by scientists offer the opportunity to discover recent archaeological research carried out in the Brussels region: excavations, building archaeology, natural sciences... Several disciplines come together to reveal the city of yesterday! (in French and Dutch) (more…)

      A series of lectures given by scientists offer the opportunity to discover recent archaeological research carried out in the Brussels region: excavations, building archaeology, natural sciences... Several disciplines come together to reveal the city of yesterday! (in French and Dutch) (more…)

    • Archaeological showcases

      Place Saint-Géry 1, 1000 Brussels

      The objects of the archaeological collection of urban.brussels are presented to the public in a series of showcases on the ground floor and in the cellars of the Halles-Saint-Géry. The changing themes present a multitude…

      The objects of the archaeological collection of urban.brussels are presented to the public in a series of showcases on the ground floor and in the cellars of the Halles-Saint-Géry. The changing themes present a multitude of objects from daily life, from prehistory to the present day: Sous le parc Fontainas (Under the Fontainas Park), La rue d’Une Personne (The One-Person-Street), Venus d’ailleurs (Coming from Elsewhere), La bière à Bruxelles (Beer in Brussels)... An original way…

      The objects of the archaeological collection of urban.brussels are presented to the public in a series of showcases on the ground floor and in the cellars of the Halles-Saint-Géry. The changing themes present a multitude of objects from daily life, from prehistory to the present day: Sous le parc Fontainas (Under the Fontainas Park), La rue d’Une Personne (The One-Person-Street), Venus d’ailleurs (Coming from Elsewhere), La bière à Bruxelles (Beer in Brussels)... An original way to discover the history of Brussels! (more…)

    • Coudenberg Palace

      Place des Palais 7, 1000 Brussels

      The Coudenberg Palace is more than just an archaeological site: it also houses a museum with a selection of the most beautiful and interesting objects discovered during the excavations. In addition, and this is less…

      The Coudenberg Palace is more than just an archaeological site: it also houses a museum with a selection of the most beautiful and interesting objects discovered during the excavations. In addition, and this is less well known, there is a lapidary in the museum cellars. Normally, this collection of archaeological stones is only accessible to researchers. But now this special place is open to everyone, virtually. You can also discover the museum from behind your…

      The Coudenberg Palace is more than just an archaeological site: it also houses a museum with a selection of the most beautiful and interesting objects discovered during the excavations. In addition, and this is less well known, there is a lapidary in the museum cellars. Normally, this collection of archaeological stones is only accessible to researchers. But now this special place is open to everyone, virtually. You can also discover the museum from behind your screen. (more…)

    • Archaeological laboratory of urban.brussels

      Mont des Arts 10-13, 1000 Brussels

      [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsXzyRxFmEA[/embed] The objects discovered on the archaeological sites within the Brussels Region are treated in the urban.brussels archaeological laboratory. From the moment it is unearthed, the archaeological material is subjected to a complex treatment process. …

      [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsXzyRxFmEA[/embed] The objects discovered on the archaeological sites within the Brussels Region are treated in the urban.brussels archaeological laboratory. From the moment it is unearthed, the archaeological material is subjected to a complex treatment process.  Objects from different periods and made from a wide variety of materials such as glass, metal, ceramics, bone and wood... (more…)

      [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsXzyRxFmEA[/embed] The objects discovered on the archaeological sites within the Brussels Region are treated in the urban.brussels archaeological laboratory. From the moment it is unearthed, the archaeological material is subjected to a complex treatment process.  Objects from different periods and made from a wide variety of materials such as glass, metal, ceramics, bone and wood... (more…)

    • The Castrum, a fortified farm in Haren

      Rue du Pré aux Oies 239-247, 1130 Brussels

      The Castrum farmhouse in Haren is a unique example of a fortified farmhouse in the Brussels region, built between the end of the 13th and the beginning of the 15th century from Brussels limestone. It…

      The Castrum farmhouse in Haren is a unique example of a fortified farmhouse in the Brussels region, built between the end of the 13th and the beginning of the 15th century from Brussels limestone. It consists of a donjon (now reduced to two levels), the remains of which are impressive, as well as two wings, one of which was used as a main building and the other as a former agricultural building combining the role…

      The Castrum farmhouse in Haren is a unique example of a fortified farmhouse in the Brussels region, built between the end of the 13th and the beginning of the 15th century from Brussels limestone. It consists of a donjon (now reduced to two levels), the remains of which are impressive, as well as two wings, one of which was used as a main building and the other as a former agricultural building combining the role of a stable and a barn. The visit will be an opportunity to open up to the public a private property that is usually inaccessible and to present the results of an archaeological study carried out between March and May 2021 by the ULB Centre…

    • Priory of the Rouge-Cloître in Auderghem

      Rue du Rouge-Cloître 4, 1160 Auderghem

      In 1412, the three priories in the Forêt de Soignes (Rouge-Cloître, Sept-Fontaines and Groenendael) joined the congregation of Windesheim.  The constitutions of this congregation offer a new insight into the 15th century 'habits and customs'…

      In 1412, the three priories in the Forêt de Soignes (Rouge-Cloître, Sept-Fontaines and Groenendael) joined the congregation of Windesheim.  The constitutions of this congregation offer a new insight into the 15th century 'habits and customs' of these canons regular. The archaeological monitoring of the last twenty years of various development works on the site and the building archaeology studies undertaken for more than ten years by the Brussels-Capital Region on the Rouge-Cloître site offer, for…

      In 1412, the three priories in the Forêt de Soignes (Rouge-Cloître, Sept-Fontaines and Groenendael) joined the congregation of Windesheim.  The constitutions of this congregation offer a new insight into the 15th century 'habits and customs' of these canons regular. The archaeological monitoring of the last twenty years of various development works on the site and the building archaeology studies undertaken for more than ten years by the Brussels-Capital Region on the Rouge-Cloître site offer, for their part, a view of the construction and development of the priory - from the laying of the first stone of the church in 1381, to the reconstruction of its choir between 1511 and 1520, through the architectural development of the priory throughout the 15th…

    • Visit of the archaeological site, Vieux Marché aux Grains 8-12

      Rue du Vieux Marché aux Grains 8-12, 1000 Brussels

      An archaeological research was carried out in the buildings located in the rue du Vieux Marché aux Grains, of which part of the dividing walls are made up of the trajectory of the first Brussels…

      An archaeological research was carried out in the buildings located in the rue du Vieux Marché aux Grains, of which part of the dividing walls are made up of the trajectory of the first Brussels city wall. The uncovering of the masonry has revealed some remains of this defensive element erected at the beginning of the 13th century, as well as the remains of houses dating from the Middle Ages and Modern Times. This visit…

      An archaeological research was carried out in the buildings located in the rue du Vieux Marché aux Grains, of which part of the dividing walls are made up of the trajectory of the first Brussels city wall. The uncovering of the masonry has revealed some remains of this defensive element erected at the beginning of the 13th century, as well as the remains of houses dating from the Middle Ages and Modern Times. This visit will provide an insight into seven centuries of urban development. It can be complemented by a walk in the old harbor district (to be booked separately). (more…)

    • Walk in the old harbour district of Brussels

      Place Sainte-Catherine 29, 1000 Brussels

      This tour offers an opportunity to discover the former port of Brussels, created between the two urban walls in the wake of the digging of the Willebroek canal (1561) linking the city to the Scheldt.…

      This tour offers an opportunity to discover the former port of Brussels, created between the two urban walls in the wake of the digging of the Willebroek canal (1561) linking the city to the Scheldt. Dug perpendicularly to the chain of basins entering the city through the Porte du Rivage, the Sainte-Catherine basin was built on the site of the ditch of the first city wall. For a long time, it was the main place…

      This tour offers an opportunity to discover the former port of Brussels, created between the two urban walls in the wake of the digging of the Willebroek canal (1561) linking the city to the Scheldt. Dug perpendicularly to the chain of basins entering the city through the Porte du Rivage, the Sainte-Catherine basin was built on the site of the ditch of the first city wall. For a long time, it was the main place for unloading heavy goods from ships using a wooden crane. This walk can be complemented by a visit to the archaeological site on Rue du Vieux Marché aux Grains 8-12 (to be booked separately). (more…)

    • Visit of the cellars Grand-Place 13-14

      Grand-Place 13-14, 1000 Brussels

      The visit will start on the Grand-Place to present the important milestones in its history. The square was not built from scratch, but is the result of a succession of constructions and transformations that have…

      The visit will start on the Grand-Place to present the important milestones in its history. The square was not built from scratch, but is the result of a succession of constructions and transformations that have given it its present form. An archaeological study of the buildings was carried out prior to the restoration of these properties belonging to the City of Brussels. Starting with the caved-in spaces of the houses located at nos. 13 and…

      The visit will start on the Grand-Place to present the important milestones in its history. The square was not built from scratch, but is the result of a succession of constructions and transformations that have given it its present form. An archaeological study of the buildings was carried out prior to the restoration of these properties belonging to the City of Brussels. Starting with the caved-in spaces of the houses located at nos. 13 and 14 of the Grand-Place, the urban development of the block and the archaeological, architectural and historical study of the cellars and basement rooms in Brussels will be discussed. (more…)

    • Visit of the house “La Balance”

      Rue de la Colline 24, Brussels

      The visit will start at the Grand-Place to present the important milestones in its history. The square was not built from scratch, but is the result of a succession of constructions and transformations that have…

      The visit will start at the Grand-Place to present the important milestones in its history. The square was not built from scratch, but is the result of a succession of constructions and transformations that have given it its present form. The example of “La Balance” is no exception. The evolution of this house will be discussed through historical texts and archaeological analysis. The visit to the cellar will be guided by the team that studied…

      The visit will start at the Grand-Place to present the important milestones in its history. The square was not built from scratch, but is the result of a succession of constructions and transformations that have given it its present form. The example of “La Balance” is no exception. The evolution of this house will be discussed through historical texts and archaeological analysis. The visit to the cellar will be guided by the team that studied it as part of the ongoing archaeological, architectural and historical study of cellars and basement rooms in Brussels. An exhibition will present this ambitious project on the ground floor. (more…)

    • 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, which has revealed in recent years…

      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, which has revealed in recent years the presence of an old wooden panelled building dating from the beginning of the 15th century, enlarged in the 16th century, then finally preserved in part in the heart of new traditional-style buildings in brick and white stone, erected for…

      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, which has revealed in recent years the presence of an old wooden panelled building dating from the beginning of the 15th century, enlarged in the 16th century, then finally preserved in part in the heart of new traditional-style buildings in brick and white stone, erected for the most part at the beginning of the 18th century. A team of researchers from different backgrounds, financially supported by the Archaeological Heritage Department of urban.brussels, invites you to discover its history. (more…)

    • Visit Grand-Place / Focus on Town Hall

      Grand-Place 1, 1000 Brussels

      The tour will start on the Grand-Place to present the important milestones in its history. The square was not built from scratch, but is the result of a succession of constructions and transformations that have…

      The tour will start on the Grand-Place to present the important milestones in its history. The square was not built from scratch, but is the result of a succession of constructions and transformations that have given it its present form. Recent studies, both of the buildings within preventive archaeology interventions and of the subsoil through ground radar scanning and electrostatic prospection, have advanced our knowledge of the medieval periods of the district, which is included…

      The tour will start on the Grand-Place to present the important milestones in its history. The square was not built from scratch, but is the result of a succession of constructions and transformations that have given it its present form. Recent studies, both of the buildings within preventive archaeology interventions and of the subsoil through ground radar scanning and electrostatic prospection, have advanced our knowledge of the medieval periods of the district, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. (more…)