Embassy of the Republic of Armenia


This narrow town house adjoining a large mansion illustrates the mix of architecture that was a deliberate feature of the new Leopold Quarter when first laid out. The building that is now home to the Armenian Embassy was expanded considerably between 1907 and 1908, and an extra floor was added later. The ground-floor façade was remodelled in Beaux-Arts style, while the interior was given a sumptuous makeover.

As part of the tour, visitors can enjoy an exhibition of Armenian carpets as well as a selection of food and drink from the country. (Listed 04/04/1996)

Practical information

Sat. only, 10:00 to 18:00

Rue Montoyer/Montoyerstraat 28, Brussels-Extensions

Advance booking not required

Non accessible

Non accessible