The International Convention Center Ghent is an impressive venue designed by G. Bontinck in 1972 and inaugurated by Prime Minister Tindemans in September 1975. It was established as the Centrum voor Manifestatie en Congres [Event and Convention Centre] with a multi-purpose hall seating 1,000 people for concerts and conventions.
The building also housed the Flanders Trade Centre and Cultural Centre, as well as permanent exhibition space for the Flanders International Trade Show and the Floralies of Ghent. The convention centre has a usable floor area of approximately 12,363 m². The centre is now used by Ghent University as well as for parties, balls, shows, meetings, conventions and trade shows. The ICC Ghent is located in a tranquil oasis in the heart of the Citadelpark – Ghent’s largest park that acts as the city’s green lung.
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