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Ville de Méteren

Historic place (METEREN)

At the end of the war, architects Louis Quételart and André Pavlovsky were called in to redesign Méteren. They gave the village's public buildings neo-Flemish exteriors, a style much-favoured by Quételart in his work in the seaside town of Le Touquet-Paris-Plage. In the 1920s a series of public buildings opened such as the school, the Town Hall and post office and the new church with its fifty-one metre high bell-tower which now dominates the Flemish plain.