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1,289 Articles of interest in Belgium

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  • La Zone

    La Zone is a music venue for alternative and underground music in Liège, Belgium (50.637411°N 5.580325°E).

  • Josaphat Park

    Josaphat Park is a public park designed by Edmond Galoppin of Melsbroek. It is located in the municipality of Schaerbeek in Brussels. The football stadium that was formerly used by the K.V.V. Crossing Elewijt lies on the North-West corner of the par…

  • Kazerne Dossin – Memorial

    The Kazerne Dossin – Memorial, Museum and Documentation Centre on Holocaust and Human Rights is a museum in Mechelen, Belgium, which was established on the site of a German assembly camp where Jews and Gypsies were gathered before being taken to con…

  • Jette railway station

    The Jette railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Jette in Brussels, Belgium opened in 1892. The station is located south of the King Baudouin park on the Cardinal Mercier square, on the Belgian railway line 50 between the Bockst…

  • Jemmape (department)

    Jemmape is the name of a département of the First French Empire in present Belgium. It was named after the Battle of Jemappes, fought between the French and the Austrians in 1792 near the village Jemappes, near Mons. Jemappes was spelled Jemmape, Je…

  • Jehay-Bodegnée Castle

    Jehay Castle or Jehay-Bodegnée Castle (French: Château de Jehay or Jehay-Bodegnée) is a castle situated in the municipality of Amay in the province of Liège in Belgium.

  • Jean Rey Square

    Jean Rey Square (French: Place Jean Rey, Dutch: Jean Reyplein) is a square in the European Quarter of Brussels (Belgium) inaugurated in 2001.

  • Hooglede German war cemetery

    The Hooglede German war cemetery (Deutscher Soldatenfriedhof Hooglede in German) is a military cemetery in the Belgian town of Hooglede, six kilometer northwest of Roeselare. It is located at the east side of Hooglede.

  • Guldensporen Stadion

    Guldensporen Stadion (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈʝʏl.də(n).ˌspʊː.rə(n) ˈstaː.di.ˌjɔn]) is a multi-use stadium in Kortrijk, Belgium. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of K.V. Kortrijk.

  • Goetsenhoven Military Airfield

    Goetsenhoven Military Airfield (ICAO: EBTN) is a Belgian Air Component base, located 2 miles (3.2 km) south of Tienen (Brabant Provincie), approximately 26 miles (42 km) east-southeast of Brussels (Bruxelles).

  • Glons

    Glons (Walloon: Glon; Dutch: Glaaien) is a village in the municipality of Bassenge, province of Liège, Wallonia, Belgium.

  • Forest-East railway station

    The Forest-East railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Forest in Brussels, Belgium. The station, operated by SNCB/NMBS is located on the Belgian railway line 124, between the stations of Brussels-South and Uccle-Stalle.

  • Forest park, Brussels

    The Forest park (French: Parc de Forest, Dutch: Park van Vorst) is a park in Brussels, Belgium located in and named after the municipality of Forest. It was designed by Victor Besme and occupies an area of 13 ha. It is adjacent to the Duden park to …

  • Catholic university of Mons

    The Catholic university of Mons (French name: Faculté Universitaire Catholique de Mons, abbreviation: FUCaM in 1965) is a private university in the French Community of Belgium in Mons, Wallonia, Belgium. Its official language is French.

  • Eynatten

    Eynatten is a village in the Belgian municipality of Raeren into the German-speaking Community of Belgium. Eynatten is on the border to Germany, 6 km south from Aachen.

  • European College of Parma

    The European College of Parma Foundation (Italian: Fondazione Collegio Europeo di Parma, French: La Fondation Collège Européen de Parme): is a higher education institution which provides academic training for young European graduates in the field of…

  • Edmond Machtens Stadium

    The Edmond Machtens Stadium is a football stadium located in the municipality of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean in Brussels, Belgium. The stadium has a capacity of 11,000 places. It is the home of Belgian Second Division club FC Molenbeek Brussels Strombeek s…

  • Dworp

    Dworp is a small town in the municipality of Beersel, south of Brussels in Flanders. Dworp has an area of 9.61 square kilometers.

  • De Klinge

    De Klinge is a Belgian town and part of the municipality of Sint-Gillis-Waas in the province of Oost-Vlaanderen (East Flanders), is located on the border with the Netherlands province of Zeeland and within the non-administrative region known as the …

  • Crupet Castle

    Crupet Castle (French: Château de Crupet, also known as the Château des Carondelet), is a medieval moated donjon or fortified farmhouse (ferme-château) in the village of Crupet, since 1977 part of the municipality of Assesse, province of Namur, Belg…

  • Cointe Observatory

    Cointe Observatory (French: Observatoire de Cointe), situated in the district of Cointe in Liège, Belgium, was built by the University of Liège in 1881-82 to plans by the architect Lambert Noppius.

  • Clemenceau metro station

    The Clemenceau metro station is a Brussels metro station on the southern segment of line 2. It opened on 18 June 1993 and was the terminus of line 2 until Delacroix opened in 2006. It is located on Clemenceau Avenue, between Bergensesteenweg and Kli…