BRUSSELS' PROTESTANT CHURCH - MUSEUM (ROYAL CHAPEL)
Rue du Musée 2
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On the Museum square you see the sumptuous living-room suites of the palace of the Charles of Lorraine on your left, and right, the protestant Chapel, which was built in 1760. It is the old palace chapel, which was originally a catholic chapel, but was transformed into a protestant church by imperial decree of Napoleon in 1804. The church, which is still used today, is decorated in white and gold. You will not only find the Dreymann organ (1840), which is being restored but also the 1699 Forceville organ.
Outside the opening hours, the temple is accessible for guided visits by appointment (tel. +32 (0)2/213 49 40 from Monday to Friday from 2.30 pm to 5.45 pm).
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