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Museum of the National Bank of Belgium, Brussels
(2.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • Interesting Museum! Located in the building of the Banque Nationale de Belgique, a stone's throw away from Brussels. Admission-free weekends and national holidays the Museum does not work, photographing is not welcome. The exposition is quite vast and varied, will be interesting not only for lovers of numismatics.
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  • Interesting museum that once I have visited on a rainy day. Beautiful building and interior design but above all fascinating to be immersed in our ' monetary history '. The visit will be both economic-initiates as uninitiated interesting. Admission is free.
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  • 15th June 2016, an hour to escape the Brussels rain and to throw a glance at the Central Bank. For the interested in our wankelhaften times on the monetary stability not entirely fallacious idea. The Museum is temporarily housed in the adjoining of the entrance hall of the National Bank. Why, is not visible to the Viewer. Precursor of the money appear in some halls (metal and salt bars, shells, etc), also a ' banco', just the table the money changer with including, lockable compartment, so the 'safe' If you so wanted. The dealer could not serve its customers, they destroyed the table, just a ' banco rotto', to get the remaining money. The history of money in the modern Belgium explains catchy schoolchildren since the Congress of Vienna. In a room, glass window behind screen on clicking on and describe the function of the Central Bank are in old cabinets. Minimally I compared to much contemporary form that fourteen days later in the money Museum of the Federal Reserve in Chicago have seen any. Amusiert has me the graphic representation of the inflation on the basis of the prices of a basket of commodities since the beginning of 20.Jahrhunderts. why in the last room a carpet with King Salomo and Queen of Sheeba depends on, what is the relationship to the history of money, has not developed with. However methodically are a great way to explanations each of details in the previous rooms viewers with short attention to lead a complex work. I am curious what will come after the Unbau
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