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.
Visit of the cellars Grand-Place 13-14, 1000 Brussels
Meeting point Grand-Place 13
Duration 30 min
Visits only in French
Max. 10 persons