The Palace of the Count of Flanders (French: Palais du Comte de Flandre, Dutch: Paleis van de Graaf van Vlaanderen) is a neoclassical palace in Brussels, Belgium. It is situated on Rue de la Régence/Rekenhof, opposite the Museum of Fine Arts. It currently houses the Court of Audit of Belgium. This site is served by Brussels Central Station, as well as by the metro stations Parc/Park and Trône/Troon.
The elegant neoclassical residence was built in the late 18th century as the town house of Marquis Paul Arconati-Visconti, the then-mayor of Brussels.
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