Category:South Tower, Brussels

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English: The South Tower in Brussels is the tallest building in Belgium. It has height of 150 metres (492 feet) 38 floors and also has 3 basement floors and 11 elevators. It is located near the Brussels South Railway Station. It was constructed from 1962 to December 1967. It was reclad in 14 months from 1995 to 1996 with unitised glass panels using double glass solarbel silver. A maximum of about 2200 to 2500 employees can work in this tower.
Français : La Tour du Midi est la plus grande tour de Belgique. Située à Saint-Gilles, elle abrite les fonctionnaires des Services Fédéraux de la Pension (S.F.P.).
Nederlands: De Zuidertoren in de Brusselse gemeente Sint-Gillis is het hoogste gebouw in België. De toren werd voltooid in 1967 en heeft een totale hoogte van 150 meter. Het gebouw bevindt zich net buiten het station Brussel-Zuid.
South Tower 
skyscraper in Brussels
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Instance ofarchitectural structure,
skyscraper
Location Saint-Gilles - Sint-Gillis, Arrondissement of Brussels-Capital, Brussels-Capital Region, Belgium
Architectural style
Inception
  • 1967
Height
  • 150 m
50° 50′ 17.16″ N, 4° 20′ 16.08″ E
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Tour du Midi (it); Tour du Midi (fr); Lõunatorn (et); Tour du Midi (eu); Zuidertoren (nl); Tour du Midi (de); Torre Sul (pt); South Tower (en); برج جنوب (fa); Menara Selatan (id); Torre Sur (es) skyscraper in Brussels (en); grattacielo di Bruxelles (it); Wolkenkratzer in Belgien (de); wolkenkrabber in Brussel (nl) Torre del Sud, Zuidertoren (it); Tour du Midi, Zuidertoren (en); Zuidertoren (Brussel) (nl)

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