The Belgian Village at the Chicago World’s Fair consisted of 30 buildings that were exact reproductions of buildings found in Brussels or Antwerp, and even the same stone and brick pavements. The exhibit was also known as Picturesque Belgium.
Approaching entrance to the Belgian Village.
Carillon tower in the Belgian Village. Carillons are musical instruments housed in bell towers. Most today are in the Netherlands, Belgium, and France. They are a symbol of civic pride and status.