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Town Hall (Stadhuis), Leuven

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web
The main attraction of the city's Grote Markt, Town Hall (Stadhuis) is a magnificent Gothic-style three-story building. Built between 1448 and 1469, it is filled with figures of saints, sculptures by famous artists, and paintings of past Leuven mayors. The outer structure and façade of the building impress with their impeccable detail. There are several bars and cafes outside of the town hall from which you can admire the building's architecture. To visit Town Hall (Stadhuis) and get the most from your holiday in Leuven, create itinerary details personal to you using our Leuven vacation trip planner.
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  • Very beautiful building, full of carved details in the towers and walls. Well worth stopping to admire, or take pictures, for those who love photography.
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  • This magnificent place is truly historical and fascinating. I like the architectural design and location 
  • This Town Hall competes in beauty with that of Brussels, but is by its effects much more graceful failed
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  • One of the most beautiful city halls in the world. If you see anything in Leuven, it should be this. Check beforehand if the city hall will be open for vistors, because there are often closed events happening in the main hall.
  • Amazing Gothic style building, a must see when you are visiting Leuven. There's no second building like this.
  • Interesting building but a bit too much for my taste.
  • Most beautiful building I've ever seen! I couldn't see this kind old and amazing place even in Paris.
  • This is definitely one of the places you should visit
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