Brussels South Charleroi Airport (BSCA), also called Charleroi Airport or Gosselies Airport, (IATA: CRL, ICAO: EBCI) is an international airport located in Gosselies, a part of the city of Charleroi, 46 kilometres (29 mi) south of central Brussels, …
Latitude and longitude of Charleroi
Charleroi (French pronunciation: [ʃaʁləʁwa], Walloon: Tchålerwè) is a city and a municipality of Wallonia, located in the province of Hainaut, Belgium. By January 1, 2008, the total population of Charleroi was 201,593. The metropolitan area, including the outer commuter zone, covers an area of 1,462 square kilometres (564 sq mi) with a total population of 522,522 by January 1, 2008, ranking it as the 5th most populous in Belgium after Brussels, Antwerp, Liège and Ghent.
Latitude: 50° 24' 40.90" N
Longitude: 4° 26' 40.13" E
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Stade du Pays de Charleroi is a football stadium in the city of Charleroi, Belgium. It was built for the 2000 UEFA European Championship in Belgium and the Netherlands in replacement of the old stadium known as Mambourg. It is the home of Sporting C…
Marcinelle is a town in the Belgian province of Hainaut, a district within the Charleroi borders. Until 1977, it was a municipality of its own. Home of the comics publisher Dupuis, as many popular creators of Franco-Belgian comics were based in Marc…
The Battle of Walcourt was fought on 25 August 1689 during the Nine Years' War. The action took place near the ancient walled town of Walcourt near Charleroi in the Spanish Netherlands, and brought to a close a summer of uneventful marching, manoeuv…
Villers Abbey (abbaye de Villers) is an ancient Cistercian abbey located in the town of Villers-la-Ville in the Walloon Brabant province of Wallonia (Belgium), one piece of the Wallonia's Major Heritage.
Spiroudome is an indoor arena in Charleroi, Belgium. Opened in 2002, it currently can hold 6,300 spectators (5,440 fan seats, 160 lodge seats, 700 business seats). It hosts indoor sporting events such as tennis and basketball.
Ligny is a village in the municipality of Sombreffe (in the province of Namur).
Farciennes Castle (French: Château de Farciennes) is a derelict 17th-century castle in Farciennes in the province of Hainaut, Belgium.
The Collegiate Church of Saint Gertrude is a historical building in Nivelles, Wallonia, Belgium consecrated in 1046 by Wazo, bishop of Liège, in the presence of emperor Henry III.
The Château of Seneffe or Château de Seneffe is an 18th-century château located in the municipality of Seneffe in the province of Hainaut, Belgium.
Aulne Abbey was a Cistercian monastery between Thuin and Landelies on the Sambre in the Bishopric of Liège in Belgium.
The Arrondissement of Thuin (French: Arrondissement de Thuin; Dutch: Arrondissement Thuin) is one of the seven administrative arrondissements in the Province of Hainaut, Belgium.
The Arrondissement of Charleroi (French: Arrondissement de Charleroi; Dutch: Arrondissement Charleroi) is one of the seven administrative arrondissements in the Province of Hainaut, Belgium. It is both an administrative and a judicial arrondissement.
Mariemont, also Morlanwelz-Mariemont, now in the municipality of Morlanwelz, Hainaut, Belgium, is a former royal estate and hunting park created in the 16th century by Mary of Hungary, from whom it took its name.
Luttre is a small village in Wallonia, Belgium, about 50 km south of Brussels along the Charleroi-Brussels Canal, railway line and motorway. Its name means crystal clear water. It is part of Pont-à-Celles, a municipality in the province of Hainaut.…
The ASVi is a tramway museum in Thuin in Belgium, which specialises in the history of the Belgian narrow gauge Vicinal system.
Sombreffe Castle (French: Château de Sombreffe) is a medieval castle in Sombreffe, province of Namur, Belgium.
Presles (wa: Prèle) is an old small village of Wallonia (in Belgium) attached to the municipality of Aiseau-Presles.