Basiliekstraat 81, 1500 Halle
Hal (Halle in Dutch) is a Belgian city and located in the Flemish Region in the province of Flemish Brabant.
Châtellenie county Hainaut, dependent on the provost of Mons, the ninth century until 1795, Hal was then integrated into the Department of the Dyle (Brabant) by the French Revolutionaries. This is the site of a Marian pilgrimage for at least seven centuries. The city is also famous for its carnival in mid-Lent.
The town of Halle now has nearly 35,000 inhabitants and is adjacent to the Pajottenland.
Hal is a regional center for services and care, with shops, various academic institutions, hospitals and public services (61% of the population is active in the service sector).
Administratively, Hal is the southernmost of the Dutch cities: it is located on the linguistic border between the Germanic and Romance languages.
Dates the early 50’s and has 3 floors, 1 upper floors, 1 ground floor and 1 basement floors. Structurally the building is made of masonry walls and tiles roof.