Macon is a town located in the municipality of Momignies in the Belgian province of Hainaut.
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Machelen, or in full Machelen-aan-de-Leie, is a village in the municipality of Zulte, Belgium.
Luchteren is a village in East Flanders, Belgium, within the municipality of Ghent.
The Lomme, Lhomme or L'Homme is a river in the Ardennes, in the Walloon region of Belgium.
Lombardsijde, also Lombartzyde, is a region in the Belgian commune of Middelkerke in West Flanders province, in northwestern Belgium near Nieuwpoort.
The Letterenhuis ("House of Literature") is a Belgian non-profit organization located in Antwerp. The Letterenhuis collects and archives information of Flemish writers and artists, and portraits concerning Flemish culture as from 1750. The Letterenh…
Les Bulles is a small village in Belgium, part of the municipality of Chiny in the Gaume region. The village is located in the valley of the Semois River at the angle with its affluent the Vierre River.
The Lemonnier premetro station is an underground tram station in the City of Brussels, Brussels, Belgium. It is located near the crossroad between the Maurice Lemonnier boulevard and the small ring road. It is part of the North-South Axis tunnel whi…
Leeuwergem is a village belonging to the municipality of Zottegem.
Le Rœulx Castle (French: Château du Rœulx), also known as the Château des Princes de Croÿ, or "castle of the Princes de Croÿ", is a castle in the town of Le Rœulx in the province of Hainaut, Belgium.
Lassus Castle (French: Château de Lassus, or Hamoir-Lassus) is a château in Hamoir in the province of Liège, Belgium.
The lake Warfaaz is an artificial lake near the thermal city of Spa in Ardennes in Belgium. The dam was built in 1892 on the Wayai river. The water volume is 360,000 m³ and the area is 0,08 km².
Lake Nisramont (French: lac de Nisramont) is located in east of Belgium on the river Ourthe in the municipality of La Roche-en-Ardenne. The dam has a length of 116 m and is 16 m high. The volume of water is 3,000,000 m³ and the area of the lake is 0…
Lake Bütgenbach is an artificial lake created by the damming of the Warche river in 1932. It is located near the village of Bütgenbach in Ardennes (High Fens), Belgium.
Laarne Castle (Kasteel van Laarne) is a Belgian moated castle in Laarne, located in the Province of East-Flanders, near its capital city of Ghent.
La Roue metro station (Dutch: Het Rad) is a station on the Brussels metro, served by the western branch of line 5.
La Cornette is a hamlet belonging to the municipality of Bouillon in the Belgian province of Luxembourg. Located in the southern Ardennes. It is a centre for hiking, cycling and horse riding.
La Belle Alliance Cemetery is a Commonwealth War Graves Commission burial ground for the dead of the First World War located near Ypres (now Ieper) in Belgium on the Western Front.
Kwaadmechelen is a hamlet of Ham, Belgium
Klerken is a town in Houthulst, a part of Belgium. A well-known restaurant of French cuisine, t Rozenhof, is located there. Klerken dates back to at least 1653, because town records from that period still exist.
Klein Vierstraat British Cemetery is a Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) burial ground for the dead of the First World War located in the Ypres Salient on the Western Front in Belgium.
Keiem is a small town situated some 7 km north of Diksmuide in West Flanders, Belgium.
Kasteel Lagendal is a country house in Lummen, in the province of Limburg, Belgium. It was built in 1850 in a vernacular late classical style as a shooting box commissioned by Paul Jacobs-Stellingwerff of Hasselt. Its name comes from its site on the…
Kanegem is a Belgian locality, part of the municipality of Tielt, in the eastern part of the province of West Flanders.
Jemeppe-sur-Meuse (Walloon: Djimepe-so-Mouze) is a section of the Belgian city of Seraing located in Wallonia, in the province of Liege.
Jannée Castle (French: Château de Jannée) is a castle in Jannée in the village of Pessoux, municipality of Ciney, province of Namur, Belgium.
Jacques Brel is a Metro station on Line 5 of the Brussels Metro. It is named after Belgian singer, songwriter, and poet Jacques Brel. The station opened on 6 October 1982 as part of the Beekkant - Saint Guidon extension of line 1B.
The Institut de rythmique Jaques-Dalcroze de Belgique exists from the beginning of the fifties. In 1975, the State of Belgium recognizes it as a National Institution of Musical Education. It is located in the old "Doctor Van Neck's hospital", first …
The Initialis Science Park is a business incubator and science park located in Mons in the province of Hainaut, Wallonia (Belgium). The science park is associated with the three universities of Mons; the University of Mons and the Facultés universit…
Ingelmunster Castle (Dutch: Kasteel van Ingelmunster) is a stately home in Ingelmunster, West Flanders, Belgium.
The Hôtel des Monnaies/Munthof is a Brussels metro station on the southern segment of line 2. It opened on 2 October 1988 and is located under the small ring near the University Medical Centre of Saint Peter in the municipality of Saint-Gilles / Sin…
The Hoëgne is a river in Belgium, a left tributary of the Vesdre. Its source is in the High Fens of eastern Belgium, near the Signal de Botrange.
The Hoyoux is a river of Belgium, a right tributary of the Meuse. It flows for 28 kilometres (17 mi) through the province of Liège in the northern-central part of the country.
The Hortus Botanicus Lovaniensis (Dutch: Kruidtuin) is the oldest botanical garden of Belgium, dating from 1738. It is situated in the centre of Leuven and measures 2,2 ha.
Horrues is a village near the Belgian town Soignies in the province of Hainaut.