Altaplana, world of Francois Schuiten and Benoit Peeters

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Porte de Hal

Porte de Hal [Gate of Hal] is a subway station of Brussels, scenographic in part by François Schuiten. An important point of Passage to the Obscure Cities, it is perfectly copied in Brüsel. Tramways are coming out of the walls in both universes 1).


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