The Royal Palace of Brussels is located at the centre of Brussels capital, Belgium. Unlike other palaces, the king and his family do not actually live here anymore but in the Royal Castle of Laeken in the suburb of Brussels. The Palace is described as the place where the king deals with affairs of state. It is only used for state functions, but there is a ceremonial changing of the guard every day. Beside the State Rooms for receptions, there are rooms for foreign Heads of State during official visits. The palace is unbelievably grandiose with impressive architectural design.
It is remarked that the Royal Palace of Brussels is one of the most impressive constructions of the Belgian capital. Constructed as a part of a medieval castle, the grounds of the palace are certainly worth visiting. Remember that cameras or bags are not allowed to take inside. This year, Royal Palace of Brussels is open to the public between July 26th and September 5th. Let’s have a look at several pictures taken outside the Palace and images of the first opening day on July 26th, 2010.
A panoramic view of the Royal Palace of Brussels
The Royal Palace of Belgium is one of the most beautiful official buildings in the capital, Brussels
The Royal Palace of Brussels is located at the centre of Brussels capital, Belgium
The statue of King Leopold II behind the Royal Palace in Brussels
Beetles on ceiling and chandelier of the Royal Palace, Brussels
The Palace will open to public from July 26 to September 5
The Heaven of Delight with buprestidae beetles
Cameras or bags are not allowed inside
The Palace is open to commemorate Belgian 180th national day - July 21st, 1830
Visitors are waiting at the entrance of the Royal Palace of Brussels
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