The area's focal point is the small roundabout on Cogels-Osylei, which is flanked by the Witte Paleizen, grand façades resembling...
The Euterpia, from 1906, follows Greek neoclassical lines - the door handle even resembles an Olympic torch.
De Vier Seizoenen
Mosaics are at their best at De Vier Seizoenen, designed in 1899 by the architect Bascourt.
Den Draak Café and community centre, also known as Het Roze Huis (the Pink House), for Antwerp's gay and lesbian community. It's located...
Thanks to the variety of seating options (from bar stools to banquettes), solo diners, couples and groups of friends all feel at home at...
Lonely Planet review
The Twaalf Duivels , built in 1896 by Jules Hofman, has a timber façade that gives way to 12 wooden devils that leer at passers-by.