Áudio tour

Áudio tourBrussels: Passages & Galleries

2 Paradas do passeio

  1. Resumo do áudiopasseio
  2. Resumo do áudiopasseio

    The covered passages of Brussels, Belgium, are a set of lanes drawn in the middle of buildings, most often housing commercial galleries.

    Typically, Brussels covered walkways form galleries pierced through buildings or built at the same time as they. These galleries are covered by a glass roof with zenith lighting that gives them a special light.

    Almost all of the covered passages are located near major roads, that is to say in the areas draining the wealthy clientele at the time of their construction.

    Most of the passageways were built in the first half of the nineteenth century, to shelter a wealthy clientele from bad weather and to offer a variety of shops. Brussels will have up to 50 covered passages in the 1850s and will export the model to several other cities in Belgium.

    * Passages couverts de Bruxelles. (2017, avril 15). Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Page consultée à 12:00 le 13 novembre 2018 à partir de http://fr.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Passages_couverts_de_Bruxelles&oldid=136462545.

  3. 1 Bortier Gallery
  4. 2 Ravenstein Gallery
  5. 3 Horta Gallery
  6. 4 Saint-Hubert Royal Galleries
  7. 5 Galerie de la Reine (Queen's Gallery)
  8. 6 Galerie du Roy (The King's Gallery)
  9. 7 Galerie des Princes (Princes' Gallery)
  10. 8 Galerie du Centre (Central Gallery)
  11. 9 Passage du Nord (North Passage)
  1. Resumo do áudiopasseio

    The covered passages of Brussels, Belgium, are a set of lanes drawn in the middle of buildings, most often housing commercial galleries.

    Typically, Brussels covered walkways form galleries pierced through buildings or built at the same time as they. These galleries are covered by a glass roof with zenith lighting that gives them a special light.

    Almost all of the covered passages are located near major roads, that is to say in the areas draining the wealthy clientele at the time of their construction.

    Most of the passageways were built in the first half of the nineteenth century, to shelter a wealthy clientele from bad weather and to offer a variety of shops. Brussels will have up to 50 covered passages in the 1850s and will export the model to several other cities in Belgium.

    * Passages couverts de Bruxelles. (2017, avril 15). Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Page consultée à 12:00 le 13 novembre 2018 à partir de http://fr.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Passages_couverts_de_Bruxelles&oldid=136462545.

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