Hall St Gery
Today, although invaded by the trendy bars of the capital, the Halles Saint-Gery region is nevertheless still steeped in history. Before becoming an old covered market in 1881, this space housed a chapel and a church - the church of Saint-Géry, in memory of the Bishop of Cambrai St Géry. In the late eighteenth century, the church was removed and the City of Brussels installed there a large public square that quickly became the ideal location for a market.
The building was designed by the architect Vanderheggen. Now, this vast Flemish neo-Renaissance building hosts an information center dedicated to the heritage and urbanism of the city, as well as a bar.
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In the evening, the atmosphere changes as the lights are dimmed, the tables are removed and a Dj plays music to amuse and entertain.
Come now to discover the latest attraction and have a drink with friends…