Tag: Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo a guest of the NBB’s Museum

In order to retrace Victor Hugo’s passage through the National Bank, the Museum is hosting from 8 March to 31 October a little exhibition dedicated to the French writer.

Victor Hugo: shareholder of the National Bank

The document which we are displaying is a letter from Victor Hugo acknowledging receipt of shares bought from the National Bank of Belgium. Victor Hugo was born at Besançon in 1802 and died in Paris in 1885 at the age of 83. He is the most important of the French romantic authors. Hugo produced a very diverse range of works, writing stories, lyrical poetry, plays in verse and prose, political speeches and a great many letters.