Maison Losseau

The Maison Losseau is an Art Nouveau private house located in , Belgium. Dating from the 18th century, it was renovated in Art Nouveau style in the early 1900s at the request of Léon Losseau by Paul Saintenoy.

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The Mundaneum was an institution which aimed to gather together all the world's knowledge and classify it according to a system developed called the Universal Decimal Classification.

Mons is a city and municipality, and the capital of the province of Hainaut.

Baldwin I was the first emperor of the Latin Empire of Constantinople.

The belfry of Mons is one of the more recent among the belfries of Belgium and France.

R.A.E.C. Mons was a Belgian football club based in Mons, Belgium, The team was promoted to the Belgian Jupiler League at the conclusion of the 2010–11 season re-joining the Top Belgian League after two years in the Belgian 2nd Division.

Localities in the Area

Hyon is a village near the town in the province of Hainaut.

Nimy is a village near the town of in the province of Hainaut.

Mesvin is a village near the town of in the province of Hainaut.

Cuesmes is a village next to the town in the administration of the town of Mons, since 1971 in the province of Hainaut.

Maisières is a village near the town of in the province of Hainaut.

Maison Losseau

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