Rue de la Loi

Rue De La Loi

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Rue de la Loi (French) or Wetstraat (Dutch) is a principal road running through central and eastern Brussels (Belgium) which is famous due to the presence of several notable governmental buildings (of Belgium and the European Union). The road, whose name translates into English as Law Street, runs from Rue Royale/Koningsstraat (), almost in the centre of Brussels, to Schuman roundabout (), in its European quarter. It forms the first (westerly) part of the N3 motorway that runs to Aachen, Germany.

The term Rue de la Loi or Wetstraat is often used in the Belgian media as a metonym for government because not only the Belgian Federal Parliament is at the beginning of this street, but also the office of the prime minister at number 16. At the far end is the Berlaymont building on the Schuman roundabout and Cinquantenaire beyond that. Shortly before the roundabout, the central part of the road sinks underground into the subterranean Belliard Tunnel (the continuation of the N3 motorway) that runs under the roundabout and Cinquantenaire.


The street starts, flowing off from Rue des Colonies, intersecting with Rue Royale. Immediately to the south is Parc metro station and Brussels Park. To the north is the Belgian Parliament building on the Palais de la Nation. The Théâtre Royal du Parc is also situated here.<!-----

these are not in exact number order as, like on most roads, the numbers on the even and odd sides are out of sync. please do not re-order

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