Belgium pavilion for the Venice Biennale
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The Belgium pavilion was designed by architect Léon Sneyers (1877-1949, pupil of the art nouveau architect Paul Hankar), built in 1907 and was the first foreign pavilion in the Giardini. On each occasion of the Venice Biennale, the building will get a different (temporary) incentive, a changing exhibition which will change the perspective of the building again. See the website to check current opening hours and exhibitions.