Centre de Santé de la Croix Rouge de Belgique

This historical seat of the Belgian Red Cross in Brussels (at the corner between Place Brugmann and Rue Stallaert) was built in 1926 by Belgian architect Jean-Baptiste Dewin (1873-1948) in the Art Deco style1.

The original destination of the building is now recalled by a concrete red cross surrounded by roses, still visible on the facade, and by the monument to the memory of Antoine Depage, who had been the President of the Belgian Red Cross for many years.

  • Photos byLuca Borghi ti.supmacinu|ihgrob.l#| (August 2009)

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