Pavilion of the Commander of the Engineers

The pavilion, build in 1869, is considered to be the most beautiful building of Camp Beverlo.

The first floor is completely enclosed by a gallery, set off with selected oak-wooden trunks, protected against the rain by a protruding roof. Above the pavilion shines a belvedere covered with black slates.

It is intended that the new museum, ‘Liberation Garden‘, will be housed in this pavilion.

Take a look at the old postcards too

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