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The Ghent Stadshal is an interesting structure and serves as a roof to an open area. Perhaps the best view is from the adjacent belfry, which should this function well. The ceiling shows fine craftsmanship and is worth inspection. The Stadshal can be easily viewed...More
The “Stadshal” (English: City Hall) is a large stand-alone canopy which protects pedestrians from rain and sun. It is also used as a shelter for concerts, gatherings and weekly markets. When I visited, there was a woman singing opera. The sound was like if you...More
This was quite different from the city halls I've seen not only in Europe, but also in the countries I have been.
This is pretty much an open "hall" where people can gather for music, shows and festivals. When we visited on a Sunday, there...More
Summer is a great season to travel even if places are kind of busy. Many cities offer great events for people's amusement.
This one was really cool! Lots of beer or wine and great music. I have no idea if the locals enjoy but we...More
This canopy is in the square near the town hall. Sunlight filters in through the slits in the roof making it an attractive space. When we visited in the evening a lone cellist was playing there, which made the area very atmospheric.
Stadhal is a open canopy style building constructed between 2010-12 and situated at Poeljemarkt in the heart of the Historic City Centre. It is situated between Stadhuas and the Belfry.
In short, I didn't like this building very much. It is not an ugly building....More