Brussels Stock Exchange is one of the most impressive buildings
The Brussels Stock Exchange, by architect Léon Suys, is one of the most impressive buildings in Brussels. It was constructed between the years 1867 and 1873, in the Palladian style, with bas-reliefs on the outside and 2 winged figures under the colonnade, designed by Jacques de Haen, representing both sides of good and evil. There are also figures representing the continents of Africa and Asia, which are believed to be works of sculptor Auguste Rodin. There are some zones of the building which are open to the public for viewing.