Art Nouveau Links

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Maison Cauchie (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Website of the Cauchie House, personal house of the architect built in 1905. In French, English, German, Dutch.
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Les Deux Paons (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Website of an Art Nouveau tearoom in Brussels recreating the atmosphere of a 1900 coffeeshop. In French.
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Belle Epoque Centre Blankenberge (Blankenberge)
The Belle Epoque Centre, located in three restorated villas, displays the amazing story of Blankenberge from 1870 to 1914, through period or witness objects. In Dutch, French, English and German.
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Modern' Hotel (Soignies)
Illustrated page about the Modern' Hotel, built in Horta style by the architect Emile François. In French.
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Brussels heritage inventory (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Inventory of architectural heritage in Brussels Region, with a special section dedicated to Art Nouveau. In French and Dutch.
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Le Falstaff (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Art Nouveau Brasserie in Brussels. In French, English and Dutch.
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Le Cirio (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Illustrated page about the Art Nouveau Café. In French and Dutch.
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Central station (Antwerpen) (Anvers)
Illustrated page about Antwerpen Central Station, by Clément van Bogaert. In French.
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Maison Dorée (Charleroi)
Wikipedia page about the Maison Dorée (Gilded House) built by Alfred Frère in 1899. In French.
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Victor Horta - Hôtel Aubecq (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Website of the exhibition "Victor Horta - Hôtel Aubecq" from July to October 2011 at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium.
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Horta 2011 (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Website of 2011, year dedicated to Victor Horta for the 150th anniversary of his birth, with the programme of events, guided tours and other informations related to the celebration.
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Museum of glass, Charleroi (Charleroi)
Website of the Charloi Museum, where a page is dedicated to the museum of glass which collection is partly Art Nouveau. In French.
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Musée des Beaux-Arts (Tournai)
Gathering the collections of the Brussels sponsor Henri Van Cutsem, the museum was built by the architect Victor Horta. In French.
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Maison Comblen (Liège)
Between 1901 and 1914, by turning the classical property he lives in with his family, the architect Paul Comblen decides to make a house according to the Art nouveau standards he studied in the workshop of the Brussels architect Paul Hankar. In French.
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Bibliothèque Wittockiana (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Library including bookbindings by Henry Van de Velde. In French and Dutch.
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Jean Linden ()
Website dedicated to Jean Linden, explorer and horticulturist (1817-1898) who developed orchids culture in Europe. In English, Spanish, French and Dutch.
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Restaurant "Le Stelle" (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Art Nouveau style italian restaurant. In French.
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Mundaneum (Mons)
Knowledge tool for peace, the Mundaneum was conceived as a universal documentation centre according to Paul Otlet's and Henri Lafontaine's classification system. It is now an archive and exhibition centre including an Art Nouveau collection. In French.
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Pathé Palace (Bruxelles-Brussel)
Art Nouveau style former cinema - works in progress. The website includes an illustrated page on the cinema heritage. In French and Dutch.
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The Ernest Salu workshops (Bruxelles-Brussel)
These old workshops have been converted into a museum of funerary art where you can admire the partly Art Nouveau works of stonemasons and sculptors. In Dutch, French and English.
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