Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Wednesday, 19 April 2006

Another one of Victor Horta's creations: the outside of the Central Station in Brussels.

6 comments:

santy said...

Wow...look at all the details...very nice! Btw, super cool mailboxes on your previous post!

Kris said...

yeah, me wow ,too ! wonderful details , really work of art :)

Lorethian said...

Great shot, does it represent your city?


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Andreea said...

santy, indeed great details
fotoaddict, Horta is a great artist
lorethian, not sure it represents brussels, as i don't find any details back

frank33_98 said...

Victor Horta was a very important architect for Brussels, but many of his buildings have not survived the times. There are a few though, such as this Central Station (although it was finished by one of his pupils as he died too soon), the Museum of Comic Books, and other, that are still standing.

Grant F said...

which side of central station is it in? i must have been in central thousands of times but never seen that.