North west facade - grand palace
History of North west facade - grand palace at Brussels
The Heaume: the pilasters, the mullioned windows and the decorations give it a characteristic aspect. The Peacock: edifice on which the golden decorations of a peacock stand out well on the white background. House of Petit Renard and the Oak: regrouping of two houses, the roof of which is characterized by 2 dormers. Sainte Barbe: it has a bas-relief representing Sainte Barbe. The Donkey: is characterized by numerous pilasters terminated by gilded capitals and a particular gable, formed by 2 windows surmounted by a curved pediment original.
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