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Maldegem City hall

Erected from brick (Scheldt stone) with blue stone (petit granit from Soignies or Ecaussines) and covered with a slate gable roof with frost ridge and four stepped dormer windows between delineating stepped gables. Rectangular, sleek symmetrical building of eleven bays and two storeys above a high substructure, marked at the front by a square, protruding belfry tower with a double staircase and playful crowning. Substructure with plinth of bluestone blocks, rectangular barred spherical frames under a circumferential water list and delineating pillar moulding. Bruges window bays with bluestone cross-frames and Tudor arch-shaped arches rhythm the superstructure, finished with a crenelated row. The original stained-glass windows have been preserved throughout.

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23/12/2020 18:52:57
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