Palace of Justice Antwerp

Local nameJustitiepaleis Antwerpen

The Palace of Justice Antwerp commonly known as the Antwerp Law Courts, De Frietzakskes, and the Butterfly Palace, is a law court building located in the Belgium city of Antwerp on the site of the old Antwerp-South railway station. The building was built over the Bolivar Tunnel and it houses eight district civil and criminal courts. It was inaugurated on 28 March 2006 by King Albert, Minister of Justice Laurette Onkelinx, Minister of Finance Didier Reynders, governor Camille Paulus and mayor Patrick Janssens. The building was designed by the Richard Rogers Partnership, VK Studio and Arup.

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Coordinates 51°12'13.674" N 4°23'15.047" E

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