The North Galaxy Towers are twin 28-storey skyscrapers on King Albert II Street in the Northern Quarter central business district of Brussels, Belgium. There is a third building in the complex which is 6 storeys tall.
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1,289 Articles of interest in Belgium
Nimy is a village near the Belgian town of Mons in the province of Hainaut.
The Nete (Dutch, in French: Nèthe) is a river in northern Belgium, right tributary of the Rupel. It flows through the Belgian province of Antwerp. It is formed in Lier, at the confluence of the rivers Grote Nete and Kleine Nete.
Namur-Suarlée Airport (IATA:
QNM, ICAO: EBNM) is a regional airport in Belgium, located about 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) north of Namur (Province de Namur); about 65 km (40 mi) southeast of Brussels
Nachtegalen Park (Nightingale Park in (Dutch)) is a park located in the Antwerp, Belgium municipality of Wilrijk.
Naast is a village near the Belgian town Soignies in the province of Hainaut, known by the spring of the river Zenne.
The Montgomery metro station is an underground station on the Brussels metro, the first station on the eastern branch of line 1 (formerly line 1B). The station also serves a number of tram lines.
Moerkerke is a town in the Belgian province West Flanders and a part (deelgemeente) of the city of Damme
The Meiser railway station is a railway station in Brussels, Belgium, which was opened in 1976. It is located on line 26 between the stations of Schaerbeek-Josaphat and of Mérode in the municipality of Schaerbeek. The crossroad Meiser on the greater…
The Meetjesland is a historical region in the north-west of the province East Flanders in Belgium.
Maalbeek/Maelbeek station is a Brussels metro station in the City of Brussels.
The Leuven Arrondissement (Dutch: Arrondissement Leuven; French: Arrondissement de Louvain) is one of two arrondissements in the Belgian province of Flemish Brabant. It lies east of the Brussels-Capital Region.
Lembeek is a village with a population of 7 256 in the municipality of Halle, Belgium.
Ledeberg is a submunicipality of the city of Ghent. It lies south-east of downtown Ghent and has direct access to the E17 road.
Kortrijk railway station is the main railway station in the Belgian city of Kortrijk and one of the busiest railway stations in Belgium. Its NMBS/SNCB internal code is LK.
Koningshooikt is a village that since 1977 creates a municipality with Lier in the Belgian province of Antwerp. In the local dialect Koningshooikt is often called Jut or Koningsjut.
The Royal Kituro Avia Schaerbeek Rugby Club, a.k.a. Kituro RC, is a Belgian rugby union club currently competing in the Belgian Elite League.
The Maalbeekdaltuin (Dutch) or Jardin de la vallée du Maelbeek (French) is a small green space on the corner of the Rue de la Loi/Wetstraat and Chaussé d'Etterbeek/Etterbeeksesteenweg at the heart of the European Quarter of Brussels (Belgium).
The Infantry Memorial of Brussels stands in memory of the Belgian foot soldiers who fought in World War I and World War II. Designed by Edouard Vereycken, the memorial stands in front of the Palais de justice de Bruxelles and across the Place Poelae…
The Heysel Metro Station is one of the metro stations on line 6 (formerly 1A) of the Brussels Metro. It was opened on 5 July 1985 and serves the Heysel area, famous for the 1958 Brussels World Fair, the King Baudouin Stadium (formerly known as the H…
Heks Castle (Dutch: Kasteel van Heks) is a mansion in the village of Heks in the municipality of Heers, province of Limburg, Belgium.
Harnoncourt is a surname.
Hall du Paire is a multi-purpose arena in Pepinster, Belgium.
Grimbergen Abbey is a Premonstratensian monastery in Grimbergen, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, established in 1128 in the place of an earlier foundation of Augustinian Canons.
The Ghent University Library is located in the city of Ghent, Belgium.
The Forest-South railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Forest in Brussels, Belgium. The station is located on the Belgian railway line 96 between the Brussels-South and Ruisbroek railway stations.
Floreffe Abbey is a former Premonstratensian monastery, the second of the order to be founded, situated on the Sambre at Floreffe, about 11 km southwest of Namur, Belgium.
Farciennes Castle (French: Château de Farciennes) is a derelict 17th-century castle in Farciennes in the province of Hainaut, Belgium.
The Evangelical Theological Faculty (ETF), in Heverlee, Flanders, Belgium, is a private university in the Flemish Community of Belgium. Its official languages are Dutch and English.
The European School of Brussels II is situated on Avenue Oscar Jespers, Brussels, Belgium.
Escaut was a department of the First French Empire in present day Belgium and Netherlands. It was named after the river Scheldt, which is called the Escaut in French. It was formed in 1795, when the Southern Netherlands were annexed by France.
Dohan, sometimes known as Dohan-sur-Semois, is a small village belonging to the municipality of Bouillon in the Belgian province of Luxembourg.
Den Dam is an area in northern Antwerp.
The Jacques Delors building located in the European Quarter of Brussels and houses the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions. It was named Jacques Delors (abbreviated 'JDE') in 2006 after President Jacques Delors, w…
De Zoom – Kalmthoutse Heide, is a cross-border park on the Belgian-Dutch border. It is a merger of two former parks, the Kalmthoutse Heide in Belgium and De Zoom in the Netherlands), together extending over 37.50 square kilometres (14.48 sq mi).…
The Da Vinci Research Park is a science park located on a former airfield in Haren-Evere nearby Brussels Airport in the Brussels-Capital Region of Belgium and it is being managed by the Brussels Regional Investment Company.