Pavilion of Belgium

The Pavilion of Belgium was located on the right bank of the river Po, and it covered an area of about 9,000 square meters. It was designed by the three main architects of the Fair, Pietro Fenoglio, Stefano Molli, Giacomo Salvadori di Wiesenhof, and it followed the overall architectural style of the other pavilions: although this simililarity, the building dinsticted itself for its essential and classical forms. In fact, some traits of the building, such as the blind colonnade of the main façade and the porticos of the lateral wings, recalled both neoclassical style and elements of design found in Flemish architecture.

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