16. The Grand Kitchen
It consists of a rectangular piece measuring 10,10m x 8,00 meters inward. The vaulting are quartered by four powerful arches, which are intersected and rest on an enormous square pillar in the center. The cradle vault of the first quarter is oriented from north to south, the two other fourths were covered by a cradle vault spanning from east to west. The last quarter finally is taken up by the hood of the great open hearth, which covers an area of 5.55 x 4.15 m.During the construction of the 'Small Julish Building', the original small windows of the Large Kitchen were enlarged in the style of Renaissance windows.