The Royal Palace of Brussels is the King's authoritative home and principle work environment, where he works every day with his staff. In his office at the Brussels castle, the King gets the agents of political establishments, remote visitors heads of state, ministers and different visitors.
The superb inside with its forcing extents was composed by Alphonse Balat for King Leopold II. The pale dividers and stone segments, the white marble of the huge staircase, the green marble of the slope, the overlaying, mirrors and sound windows, and the marble Minerva add to the concordance of the entirety.
The Empire Room is arranged in the most seasoned piece of the Palace. This was the assembly hall of the Austrian magnificent agent.