22 photos taken on August 3, 2004.

Brussels-South (Bruxelles-Midi or Brussel-Zuid) is one of the three major railway stations in Brussels and the busiest station in Belgium. The Brussels-Capital Region is bilingual, hence, both the French and Dutch names of the station are official. Most of the current buildings were erected between 1939 and 1954, in post-war modernist style, from plans by architects Adrien and Yvan Blomme and Fernand Petit. The rear part, built in front of Victor Horta Square, and designed in 1992 by architect Marc De Vreese, serves as a terminal for high-speed trains.

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