Embassy of Belgium, London

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Embassy of Belgium in London
Coordinates 51°30′3.6″N 0°9′11.5″W / 51.501000°N 0.153194°W / 51.501000; -0.153194Coordinates: 51°30′3.6″N 0°9′11.5″W / 51.501000°N 0.153194°W / 51.501000; -0.153194
Location Belgravia, London
Address 17 Grosvenor Crescent, London, SW1X 7EE
Ambassador Johan Verbeke

The Embassy of Belgium in London is the diplomatic mission of Belgium in the United Kingdom.[1] The embassy was formerly located at Eaton Square before moving to its current location in 2006.[2]

The government of Flanders also maintains a representative office at 1a Cavendish Square, Marylebone[3] and the Belgian Ambassador's Residence is located on Upper Belgrave Street, Belgravia.

The embassy building was designed by George Basevi in the 1860s.[4]

As of 2014 Guy Trouveroy is the ambassador,[5] replacing Johan C. Verbeke.[6]

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