The perspective of the Rue Royale - Koningsstraat is the Royal St. Mary's Church (1893) in the north and the Place Royale (1780) in the south. It lies along the Royal Park, which at the south end ends with the so-called 'bas-fonds', the remains of the valley of the Coperbeek. Here the Place des Palais - Paleizenplein and the Royal Palace (1909) can be found. The east side is bordered by the Palace of Academies (1825), to the west by the balustrade along the Errera House (1779) and the side entrance of the Palace of Fine Arts. If you enter the Place Royale: at the right you will find the former refuge house of the Abbey of Grimbergen (1778, now BIP) and at the left the former Belle-Vue Court (1777, now BELvue Museum). Here one gets a nice view of the Palace of Justice.