Grote Markt, Brussels.
Here to explore European initiatives in cultural heritage policy – [Link].
The central (medieval) square – destroyed by French bombardment in 1695, rebuilt by 1699, sacked by revolutionaries in the late 1700s, heavily restored in the late nineteenth century.
Considered something of a fake by the natives of Brugge and Antwerp, with their “authentic” medieval squares.
An undecidable – fitting neither side of an opposition such as authentic | fake.