Archief en Museum voor het Vlaams leven te Brussel

  • Archive and Museum of Flemish life in Brussels
  • AMVB

History

On September 20th, 1977, the Archive and Museum of Flemish life in Brussels vzw was founded. Chairman of the AMVB was Walther Joye and Dis Verstraete was managing director. The AMVB was founded as a community archive with the goal to support the Dutch speaking heritage communities and to raise awareness to its social relevance. The AMVB ensures the acquisition, management, research and development of 19th, 20th and 21st century archives and collections grafted on the Brussels Capital Region.

Opening Times

Monday to Friday from 10h to 17h. The last Saturday of the month open from 10 to 17h.

Conditions of Access

Access to the reading room is free for individual visitors, but registration is required.

Languages Used

  • English

Scripts Used

  • Latin

Sources

  • AMVB website consulted on 07/11/2014

    Pierre-Alain Tallier (dir.), Gertjan Desmet & Pascale Falek-Alhadeff, Bronnen voor de geschiedenis van de Joden en het Jodendom in België, 19de-21ste eeuw, Brussel, ARA-AGR/Avant-Propos, 2016, 1328 p.