At the end of the nineteenth century, the Maelbeek valley offered a unique setting for the development of a new residential district. Its squares, water features, fountains and tree-lined avenues attracted wealthy middle-class residents who commissioned the most talented architects of the period to design their homes. The district became a veritable laboratory of late nineteenth-century architecture, with facades in a wide variety of styles, from unfettered Eclecticism to Art Nouveau, then at its zenith.
Brussels is Art Nouveau
The Squares District or the zenith of Art Nouveau directions_walk
Departure from: Corner of square Marie-Louise and OrtÃ©lius street, 1000 Bruxelles
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This tour is also available on demand for a private group. The organiser may choose the date, the departure place, the guide's tongue (french, english, german or spanish).