Sint-Truiden City Hall

Sint-Truiden, Belgium

Sint-Truiden’s historical centre includes the town hall (Stadhuis), with a 17th-century tower classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1999 (as part of Belfries in Belgium and France). The oldest parts of the building date from the 13th century.

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Bart Cornelissen (2 years ago)
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Bad staff. only two ladies are good in locket number 12
František Fujdiak (3 years ago)
Ik ben blij de Gemeente huis is ook saturdag open.echt fijn voor rwgistraatie maken.
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