"Take a Look at the Court of Accounts" Art & Architecture Tip by DanielF

Art & Architecture, Brussels: 69 reviews and 177 photos

The palace that today hosts the Court of Accounts was built in the XIX as an official residence for the Count of Flanders.

The County of Flanders had been abolished when France annexed it after the French Revolution. However, the title was reinstaured by the Monarchy after the country's independence as an honour offered to one of the younger sons of the King.

Address: Many to be found in Brussels
Directions: Located throughout the city.

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  • Updated Feb 22, 2007
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