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  • 1 David and Alice Van Buuren Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Av. Léo-Errera 41 B - 1180 Uccle

    Built in 1928, the house of banker and patron David Van Buuren has an exterior typical of the Amsterdam School. The interior is an Art Deco masterpiece created by Belgian, French and Dutch designers. Furniture, rugs, stained glass, sculpture and pict..

  • 2 Dieweg Cemetery

    Religious buildings

    Dieweg 95 B - 1180 Uccle

    Though the graveyard was disused since 1958, George Rémy, alias Hergé, was buried here, amid a romantic setting of tombstones and lush vegetation.

  • 3 Russian Orthodox Church of Uccle

    Religious buildings

    av. De Fré 76 B - 1180 Uccle

    This onion-domed church, near the Russian Embassy, was built by the architect Istselenoff in 1936 and has a similar outline to Novgorod churches.

  • 4 Dotremont House

    Museums and art

    av. de l'Echevinage 3 B - 1180 Uccle

    At n° 3 (avenue de l'Echevinage) stands the house of the collector and industrialist Dotremont, built in 1931 by the architect L-H. De Koninck (1896-1984). The geometrical façade is made of reinforced concrete sheets, which was a daring technique in ..

  • 5 Le Cornet

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    av. Defré B - 1180 Uccle

    According to the Belgian author Charles De Coster, it is in this old inn (1570) that his hero Thyl Ulenspiegel stayed in 1867, "meeting blind people, women from Uccle and brothers with a good mug".It was popular with artists for a long time..

  • 6 Chemin du Crabbegat

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    chemin du Crabbegat B - 1180 Uccle

    This picturesque path is one of the Brussels region's last remaining sunken lanes, with lush vegetation and overlooked by tall beech trees.

  • 7 Wolvendael Park

    Nature and gardens

    B - 1180 Uccle

    This vast 18-ha estate, recorded as early as 1209, has been a public park since 1921. The many beech, maple and chestnut trees are a reminder that it was once part of a duke's forest. It contains a small, blue-stone, Louis XV-style pavilion.

  • 8 Chapelle Notre-Dame-des-Affligés

    Religious buildings

    r. de Stalle 50 B - 1180 Uccle

    This small brick and sandstone building is thought to date from the late 15C. It has late-17C paving and vaulting with stuccowork, as well as an 18C statue of Our Lady of Succour above the entrance.

  • 9 Royal Observatory

    Museums and art

    av. Circulaire 3 B - 1180 Uccle

    The Observatory was built in a circular park by the architect O. Van Rysselberghe in the late 19C. Later additions to the building do not hide its original symmetrical plan.

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