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The Brussels Stock Exchange, Brussels, Belgium
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Palais de la Bourse, 1000
Brussels, Belgium
50° 50' 52.54'' N,
4° 21' 1.09'' E

Landmarks, Historic bldgs
"A young rookie assistant named Rodin worked on it."

The Brussels Stock Exchange breathtaking building was a project by architect Léon-Pierre Suys, and it was built in 1868 to 1873 in Neo-Renaissance and Second Empire architectural styles. Among the famous sculptors who worked on it, the rookie assistant of Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, Auguste Rodin.

The building that looks like a million bucks, trades a million bucks. Brussels Stock Exchange is a historic landmark on Boulevard Anspach, in the Place de la Bourse / Beursplein. The detailed architecture and the imposing facade, certainly get all the WOWs intented when it was built. Nowadays, it belongs to NYSE Euronext group, a global stock exchange.

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