The Rubenshuis ("Rubens House") is the former home and studio of Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) in Antwerp. It is now a museum.
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Brasschaat (Dutch pronunciation: [brɑˈsxaːt]) is a municipality located in Flanders, one of the three regions of Belgium, and in the Flemish province of Antwerp. The municipality only comprises the town of Brasschaat proper. In November 2006, Brasschaat won the LivCom-Award 2006 for the most liveable municipality in the world.
Latitude: 51° 17' 28.32" N
Longitude: 4° 29' 30.55" E
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Lotto Arena is an arena in Antwerp, Belgium. It has a seating capacity for 8,050 people for concerts and 5,218 for sporting events. The arena opened on March 10, 2007, after nine months of construction and adjacent to the Sportpaleis.
The Plantin-Moretus Museum is a museum in Antwerp, Belgium honouring the printers Christophe Plantin and Jan Moretus.
The Boerentoren (English: "Farmers' Tower"; officially KBC Tower, originally the Torengebouw van Antwerpen) is a tall building in Antwerp, Belgium.
Het Verdronken Land van Reimerswaal (translation: The Drowned Land of Reimerswaal) is an area of flood-covered land in Zeeland in the Netherlands between Noord Beveland and Bergen op Zoom. Some of it was lost in the St. Felix's Flood in 1530, and so…
The 'Ring', Antwerp's circular motorway which follows the track of the former city defense walls, cuts Berchem in two parts, separating the urban inner city area of Oud-Berchem (intra muros) from the more residential and suburban areas Groenenhoek e…
Bazel is a village in Belgium, in the municipality of Kruibeke.
The Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp (Dutch: Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten Antwerpen) is a museum in Antwerp, Belgium, founded in 1810, houses a collection of paintings, sculptures and drawings from the fourteenth to the twentieth centuries…
Silvius Brabo [ˈsɪɫviəz ˈbraːboː] is a mythical Roman soldier who is said to have killed a giant, and by this would have created the name Brabant.
Deurne ([ˈdøːrnə]) is the second largest district of the municipality of Antwerp, Belgium, (right after the Antwerp town district) and has 69,408 inhabitants.
The Bosuilstadion is an association football stadium in the city of Antwerp, Belgium. The stadium was first opened in 1923 and is since then the home of Royal Antwerp FC. It has a capacity of 16,649, of which 800 indoor VIP seats, 13,253 outdoor sea…
Zurenborg is an area in south-east Antwerp largely developed between 1894 and 1906 that features a high concentration of townhouses in Art Nouveau and other fin-de-siècle styles.
Woensdrecht Air Base (Dutch: Vliegbasis Woensdrecht) (IATA: WOE, ICAO: EHWO) is a military airport between the villages of Woensdrecht and Huijbergen, about 10 km (6 miles) south of the city of Bergen op Zoom in the Netherlands.
Merksem is a district of the municipality and city of Antwerp in the Flemish Region of Belgium.
Borgerhout is a district in the city of Antwerp in the Flemish Region of Belgium. The district houses 41,614 inhabitants (as of 31 May 2006) reflecting 90 nationalities.
The Battle of Kallo was a major battle of the Eighty Years' War. It was fought on 20 June of 1638 near the fort of Kallo, located on the left bank of the Scheldt river, between a Dutch army under the command of William of Nassau-Hilchenbach, and a S…
The Waasland is a Belgian region. It is part of the Belgian provinces of East-Flanders and Antwerp. The other borders of the Land van Waas are with the Scheldt and Durme rivers.
Meir is the main shopping street in Antwerp, Belgium. It is the most important shopping area in the country, both by number of shoppers and by rent prices. Ther street has been mostly pedestrianised since 1993. Situated in the centre of Antwerp, Mei…