The Mairie de Quesnoy-sur-Deûle is a building located in the center of the commune of Quesnoy-sur-Deûle in northern France. It is a historical building, built in the 17th century, and it has been listed as a Monument Historique since 1951. It stands out due to its distinctive architecture, which mixes traditional French style with strong elements of Dutch, Flemish and Italian influence. Its alluring stone and brick façade adds to the unique character of the building, along with the bell tower, the Louis XIV style pavilion, the main arched entrance and the two lateral porches. The interior has been renovated a few times and currently only hosts administrative activities. The Mairie de Quesnoy-sur-Deûle is located in a pleasant residential area, and it is surrounded by a garden full of trees and white flowers. It is the main symbol of the city and a great place for a stroll and to admire the charming rural setting.