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The Residence Palace in Brussels with Bodet Time


Built between 1923 and 1927, a part of the Residence Palace was recently renovated in order to host the seat of the European Committee and the seat of the European Union Committee.

This new building will house conference rooms, offices for the institution administrators and for the European Union member states representatives, some committee secretaries’ offices, a restaurant, rooms for official dinners and rooms for the press.

On this occasion, the Residence Palace halls and corridors were equipped with more than 80 Bodet clocks.

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