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1,289 Articles of interest in Belgium

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  • Hingene Castle

    Hingene Castle (Dutch: Kasteel van Hingene, also known as the Kasteel d'Ursel) is a stately home in Hingene in the municipality of Bornem, province of Antwerp, Belgium.

  • Hever, Belgium

    Hever is a small village in the center of Flanders, Belgium. It is located on the banks of the Dijle river approximately 8 km south of Mechelen and 21 km north of Leuven. Hever is a part of the municipality of Boortmeerbeek.

  • Hauset

    Hauset is a village in the Belgian municipality of Raeren into the German-speaking Community of Belgium with around 1700 inhabitants. The village is around 260m over Mean Sea Level, along the small river Geul and borders the Forest of Aachen. The po…

  • Haultpenne

    The Castle Haultepenne, also spelled Haultpenne, located in Gleixhe in the town of Flémalle, is a part medieval, part renaissance structure. It is known for its red brick and uniquely shaped tower. For several centuries, the castle was in the posses…

  • Hasselbrouck Castle

    Hasselbroek Castle (Dutch: Kasteel van Hasselbroek), also Hasselbrouck Castle (French: Château de Hasselbrouck) is a 17th-century country house in Hasselbroek, in Jeuk, a part of the municipality of Gingelom, province of Limburg, Belgium.

  • Harzé Castle

    Harzé Castle (French: Château de Harzé) is a castle in the village of Harzé in the municipality of Aywaille, province of Liège, Belgium.

  • Ham-sur-Heure Castle

    Ham-sur-Heure Castle (French: Château d'Ham-sur-Heure) is a castle in Ham-sur-Heure, a village in the municipality of Ham-sur-Heure-Nalinnes, province of Hainaut, Belgium.

  • Groeningepoort

    The Groeningepoort is a monument in the Belgian city of Kortrijk. The triumphal arch was built to commemorate the 600th anniversary of the Battle of the Golden Spurs and gives access to the Groeningepark, where during the Middle Ages the Groeninge b…

  • Gotem

    Gotem is a small town in the Limburg province of Belgium and is part of the municipality of Borgloon.

  • Godsheide

    Godsheide is Flemish-speaking hamlet and Catholic parish within the northeastern corner of the Belgian city of Hasselt, in the province of Limburg. At the end of 2007 Godsheide counted 3143 inhabitants.

  • Gileppe

    The Gileppe is a river in Belgium with a length of about 20 kilometres (12 mi). It is a left tributary of the Vesdre. Its source is in the High Fens of eastern Belgium. The Gileppe flows through an artificial lake (Lac de la Gileppe), built in 1867–…

  • Franc-Waret Castle

    The Château de Franc-Waret is a château situated in Franc-Waret in the municipality of Fernelmont in the province of Namur, Belgium. A moat girdles the castle.

  • Fosteau Castle

    Fosteau Castle (French: Château du Fosteau) is a castle in Leers-et-Fosteau in the municipality of Thuin, province of Hainaut, in Belgium.

  • Fernelmont Castle

    Fernelmont Castle (French: Château de Fernelmont) is a fortified farmhouse or château-ferme in Noville-les-Bois in the municipality of Fernelmont, province of Namur, Belgium.

  • Father Raskin

    Father Raskin or Jozef Raskin (born Stevoort, 1892–died Dortmund, 1943) was a Belgian Scheutist. He was a missionary in China, chaplain of the Belgian Army and propagandist for his congregation.

  • Château de Fallais

    Fallais Castle (French: Château de Fallais) is a castle originating in the 13th century in Fallais in the municipality of Braives, province of Liège, Belgium.

  • Fagnolle Castle

    Fagnolle Castle (French: Château de Fagnolle) is a castle in Belgium, in the village of Fagnolle, in the municipality of Philippeville, province of Namur, and in the Fagne region. The castle was formerly the centre of government of the small indepen…

  • Everbeek

    Everbeek is a village situated in the Flemish Ardennes and in the Denderstreek in Belgium. In 1975, it was included into the municipality of Brakel.

  • Dieleghem Abbey

    Dieleghem Abbey is an abbey in Jette, northwestern Brussels, Belgium. It was founded in 1095 by the Bishop of Cambrai and administered by Augustinian canons. In 1140, the abbey’s monks switched to the rules of the Premonstratensian order.