Bozar Brussels

The building is designed by art deco architect Victor Horta and dates back to 1928. Horta was severely restricted in his design because there was only a limited and irregular building space of 80 acres. The result was a building with eight different levels and many underground spaces.


With more than a million visitors a year, the Bozar is one of the beacons of the Brussels 'Mont Des Art ' district. The 'Palace' is located between the 'Koningsplein' and the Central Station and creates a link between the Brussels lower part the the upper  city center.


Now Bozar is the art temple of Brussels. you can enjoy a very varied and extensive range of music, dance, film and visual art. The showpiece of the building is the Henry Leboeuf Hall, which can host 2,200 people in an original art deco style theater.


You can find the Bozar at this address: Ravensteinstraat 23, Brussels. More information about future events visit the website: Bozar

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