Obscure Passages



The Solvay library

The Solvay library

Localization: Bruxelles - Belgique.

The Koelber foundation - Mylos.

Discovered by:
Participants to the first Obscure Congres.

Ferryman: No.

Status: Possible opening.

Means: Passage.


   The Solvay library is a remarkable wing of the Institute of Sociology of Brussels. It has recently been restored in all its splendour. The interior is normally only accessible for special occasions. It is almost quiet certain that there is a connection with the Obscure Cities. This place could be the passage that  Mary Von Rathen used  to visit our world. It is also possible that Museum A. Desombres and the Koelber Foundation comprises an identical room. The only certainty, established at the time of the First Obscure Congress, is that its front is virtually the same as that of the building in Laguiole.