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Museum of the Belgian Dynasty

Muse de la Dynastie

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The Museum of the Belgian Dynasty chronicles the lives and careers of Belgium's sovereigns, starting with the reign of Leopold I and the genesis of the Belgian nation-state in 1831. Many of the exhibits are dedicated to the important events in the history of Belgium where the monarchs happened to be present: laying the tracks on the first Belgian railway, for instance.

The Museum is housed in the Bellevue Hotel, which also hosts two other Bellevue Museums: the Ruins of the Palace of Charles V and the King Baudouin Memorial.

Phone: +32 / 02 511 55 78

Location: Place des Palais, 7, Brussels 1000

Other History nearby:
(Anhee-Annevoie) Annevoie Castle
(Antwerp) Antwerp Museum of Folklore
(Antwerp-Deurne) Antwerp Silver Museum Sterckshof
(Gent) Archaeological Museum of Bijloke Abbey
(Brussels) Atomium
(Beloeil-Aubechies) Aubechies Archaeological Site

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