Hendrik Conscience Heritage libary

The Hendrik Conscience Library is the library of choice for anyone wishing to find out more about Antwerp's history. <br />

The Hendrik Conscience Library is the library of choice for anyone wishing to find out more about Antwerp's history. Here you will find magnificent collections of books about Dutch literature and about the cultural history of Flanders. The highlight is the stunning Nottebohm Room, only open to the public during exhibitions and lectures.

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Hendrik Conscienceplein 4
Antwerpen
+ 32 33 38 87 10
http://www.consciencebibliotheek.be
consciencebibliotheek@stad.antwerpen.be

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