Arcade galleries in Brussels

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The shopping galleries in Brussels are multiple covered walkways in the center of the capital city of Belgium. The galleries form glass-roofed pedestrian streets on which shops are situated.

Galaries Royales Saint-Hubert

History[edit]

Most of these gallery "passages" were built in the first half of the 19th century. Brussels had about 50 such galleries around 1850, of which a few still exist.

List of arcade galleries in Brussels[edit]

Name Construction finished Image
Bortier Gallery 1847 Galerie Borthier 01.JPG
Center Gallery (Centrumgalerij / Galerie du centre) 1952 Anciens locaux Spirou4.JPG
Horta Gallery Officially designed by Victor Horta, but re-opened in 2009. Ingang Brussel Centraal.jpg
Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert 1846 Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert.jpg
Northern Passage (Passage du Nord / Noorddoorgang) 1882 2043-03920-Noorddoorgang.jpg
Galleries Ravenstein 1958 Ravensteingalerij.jpg

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