Belgium is a country in Western Europe who inherited a lot of medieval splendor. When you visit Belgium, you can see his tracks in various forms of building castles and old mansions that many scattered along the journey.
A number of these buildings are the appearance of wealth and power from the owners that are dominated by the aristocratic class, wealthy merchants, and if in the modern era, the super star. Currently, the Department of Tourism Belgium has announced the opening of three buildings the old castle as a tourist destination, among them:
The building is located in Sint-Truiden is the first building built around 1881 by Jean Henri Paul Ulens to his wife. On a sunny and beautiful day, you can enjoy the charm of Victorian details, murals and flirty and various Nazi era propaganda that characterizes this magnificent building.
Chateau de Noisy at Celles
Originally named chateau Mirinda, built around 1866 as a summer home of the royal family. Had some great features to explore, but you should be extra careful. A 55-meter-tall clock tower and the ceiling are incredibly beautiful always waiting to be explored, coupled with the damaged floors and stairs are rotten. Dangerously beautiful.
Castle of Mesen
The building is known as full-color buildings or chameleon architecture. Built at the beginning of the 17th century for the royal family, after two hundred years of experience the process of additions and renovations, the castle was sold and used as a factory in the 19th century.
Castle of Mansen He was an alcohol distillery factory, once a sugar factory, and was also a tobacco processing plant. In 1897 the building was purchased and changed into a Catholic school and then end the teaching-learning process in the 1970s.
In its messy and helpless, it turns out chateau building in Sint-Truiden Rochendaal, chateau de Noisy at Celles, and the Castle of Mesen in Lede still capable of displaying the remains of her beauty that has captivated millions of lenses of photographers and cameras of the tourists.