Charlemagne building

Charlemagne building


Brussels, Belgium (BE)
The Charlemagne building (B√Ętiment Charlemagne) is a skyscraper in Brussels (Belgium) which houses offices of the European Commission relating to enlargement, interpreting and trade in addition to a number of advisers.


Inside CharlemagneIt has 17 floors and was constructed in 1967. It has been recently renovated by Helmut Jahn, replacing the largely concrete exterior with a glass one. After the restoration it was occupied by the Commission, previously playing host to the Council of the European Union from 1971 to 1995.

The building's address: Charlemagne Building, 170 Rue de la Loi (Wetstraat), BE-1049 Brussels, Belgium
The Charlemagne building (B√Ętiment Charlemagne) is a skyscraper in Brussels (Belgium) which houses offices of the European Commission relating to enlargement, interpreting and trade in addition to a number of advisers.


Inside CharlemagneIt has 17 floors and was constructed in 1967. It has been recently renovated by Helmut Jahn, replacing the largely concrete exterior with a glass one. After the restoration it was occupied by the Commission, previously playing host to the Council of the European Union from 1971 to 1995.

The building's address: Charlemagne Building, 170 Rue de la Loi (Wetstraat), BE-1049 Brussels, Belgium
View in Google Earth Skyscrapers, Government - National - Foreign
Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: DonMartini

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