The Hôpital Saint-Pierre in Brussels (Rue Haute, 322) is the main hospital in the downtown of the Belgian capital and it has been enlarged and rebuilt many times from 12th Century - when it was a leprosarium - on. Unfortunately, nothing of the ancient buldings has been preserved. Today, only a little part of the 1930s buildings by architect Jean-Baptiste Dewin (1873-1948) can still be seen, as well as some monuments dedicated to two famous surgeons of the hospital: Antoine Depage and Louis Seutin1.
- Photos by Luca Borghi ti.supmacinu|ihgrob.l# | (August 2009)
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