On a warm day about a week ago, the doors of the chruch, "Notre-Dame de l'Annonciation"on Place Burgmann, Ixelles (Brussels) were wide open during mass. The church is built in the form of a Latin cross, an up to date roman style with influences of Art Deco for which the neighborhood is well known. It was built by architect Camille Damman in 1934.
May 22, 2011
Church Place Brugmann
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THANK YOU FOR THIS BEAUTIFUL IMAGE!
My soul is happy!
You know how partial I am to churches and love seeing this one with its doors open to the spring weather outside!ReplyDelete
Camille is a woman? If so, Yay! She was ahead of the times...
Glad you like it, MegiReplyDelete
Genie, unfortunately... Camille Damman, the architect was "un monsieur".. but still, "his' church is nice to look at.
I just found your blog, and your photos are absolutely gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Welcome, Book, glad you found the blog and even more that you like it!ReplyDelete
It is a beautiful church. Thanks for all the photos you shared with us.ReplyDelete