Sunday, July 3, 2011

Brussels-Old English

This is one of Brussels's best Art Noveau buildings. Designed by Victor Horta, it is now the home of the Museum of Musical Instruments. At the top there is a restaurant (that I will show you in a later blog).


The statue you see through the Old English is in a square in front of the Royal Church. The Royal Palace (the official residence of the monarchy) is just around the corner.


1 comment:

scott davidson said...

As an encouraging mum, if I can say so myself, I had a nice time recently with my two kids to decorate their room in our new house that we just moved into. There were lots of the children's art work, made at home and school, that we happily put on the wall.
Then we spent time together sitting in front of the iMac and looked through the big collection of digital images that had for their customers to select from and have printed as canvas prints. The kids together chose this painting for their room, Ivan Horse by Edmund Dulac,, that we ordered online to have delivered to our new house.