Théâtre Royal Municipal de Bruges

Le Théâtre Royal Municipal de Bruges a été construit en 1869 et est l'un des théâtres municipaux les mieux conservés d'Europe.

No less than 46 medieval houses were demolished, streets were straightened and a new theatre square was constructed. The 150 inhabitants were thrown out of work because the bourgeoisie of the time had a wet dream: a cultural temple on a par with the major theatres in Ghent, Antwerp and Brussels, among others.


Vlamingstraat 29
8000 Brugge

+32 50 44 30 60

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