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The Hôtel Tassel is a town house built in 1893 by Victory Horta. This Art Nouveau jewel in Brussels is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site.
The Hôtel Tassel was commissioned by scientist Emile Tassel, a friend of Horta. It was the first house where Horta applied his theories.
Must-sees: the iron girders, the large bay windows, the dynamic designs in stone.
Unfortunately; it is not possible to visit the Hôtel Tassel. However, a visit to the Horta Museum will let you find out more about this Art Nouveau masterpiece.
You can also treat yourself to an Art Nouveau guided tour by the organisation ARAU.
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