Category:Galeries royales Saint-Hubert

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This is a category about a monument in Brussels, number: 2043-0116/0

English: The Koninklijke Sint-Hubertusgalerijen ( Dutch) or Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert (French) is a glazed shopping arcade in Brussels that preceded other famous 19th-century shopping arcades such as the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan and The Passage in St Petersburg. Like them it has twin regular façades with distant origins in Vasari's long narrow street-like courtyard of the Uffizi, Florence, with glazed arcaded shopfronts separated by pilasters and two upper floors, all in an Italianate Cinquecento style, under an arched glass-paned roof with a delicate cast-iron framework. The gallery consists of two mayor sections, each more than 100 meters in length (respectively called Galerie du Roi / Koningsgalerij, meaning King's Gallery, and Galerie de la Reine / Koninginnegalerij, meaning Queen's Gallery), and a smaller side gallery (Galerie des Princes / Prinsengalerij, meaning Gallery of the Princes). The main sections (King and Queen's Gallery) are separated by a colonnade at the point where the Rue des Bouchers / Beenhouwersstraat crosses the gallery complex.
Français : Les Galeries royales Saint-Hubert de Bruxelles (en néerlandais: Koninklijke Sint-Hubertusgalerijen) forment un passage commercial couvert en arcades vitrées. Elles se composent de :
Nederlands: De Koninklijke Sint-Hubertusgalerijen ( Frans: Galeries royales Saint-Hubert) vormen een complex van drie met glas overdekte winkelgalerijen in het centrum van Brussel, namelijk de Koningsgalerij, de Koninginnegalerij, en de Prinsengalerij.

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