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The Belgian monarch King Baudouin's reign lasted for 43 years, from 1950 until 1993. Upon his death, a foundation was set up which sustains, among other things, the three Bellevue Museums. These are the Ruins of the Palace of Charles V, the Museum of the Belgian Dynasty, and the King Baudouin Memorial. The memorial chronicles his life and times, from the untimely demise of his mother, to the abdication of his father, to events of international significance such as the end of the colonisation of the Congo, to Baudouin's personal and religious life.

Phone: +32 / 02 545 08 00

Fax: +32 / 02 502 46 23

Location: Place des Palais, 7, Brussels 1000

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