Roeselare Town Hall

Roeselare, Belgium

The oldest part of the Roeselare town hall was built between 1769 and 1771 in Louis XV style. The building got its modern wing in 1924. In 1999 the belfry, along with 55 other in Belgium and France, was recognized as a UNESCO as world heritage site.


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Founded: 1769-1771
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Belgium

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////////////// (10 months ago)
Like any other place in belguim they dont do there job lazy and unreliable
Beatrice A (3 years ago)
Ruben Neves (3 years ago)
Never had a problem until recently wend the recepcionist was racist, speak on the phone english in front of me while i waited paciently by my turn wend is my turn deny she speak english and dont give me any information only shouts in netherland. finaly some other person decided to help me. On the way out agaim listen to this lady speaking english on the phone..... Regardless of that The people in the offices were you take care of your papers are very frendly and super helpful.
abdulfatah yusuf (3 years ago)
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Adan Abdi (4 years ago)
Very nice place. I love it.
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