Building Commission, Brussels
Rue de la Loi 175, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
14-storey building of the European Commission, located in the heart of Brussels, in the street Lua is one of the attractions of the Belgian capital. Built in 1967, today it is a monument of modern architecture and is one of the symbols of Brussels. Here the headquarters of the European Union executive. The total area is 240,000 square meters. In terms it represents four-pointed star with sides of different lengths, which are also called wings. Wings form four separate patio facing the opposite sides of the city. In one of the courtyards set the flags of all countries that are part of the European Union. Other courtyards paved with tiles and decorated with flower beds.