Liège-Guillemins railway station (IATA: XHN) is the main station of the city of Liège, the third largest city in Belgium. It is one of the most important hubs in the country and is one of the 3 Belgian stations on the high-speed rail network.
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Stade Maurice-Dufrasne is a football stadium in Liège, Belgium. The stadium holds 30,023 people. It is also known as Stade de Sclessin, from the name of the district of Liège where it is located, and is the home stadium of Standard Liège.
The Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial is home to the graves of 5,329 members of the United States military who died in World War II. It is one of fourteen cemeteries for American World War II dead on foreign soil, and is administered by the Am…
Country Hall Ethias Liège (former: Country Hall du Sart Tilman) is a multi-purpose arena in Liège, Belgium. The arena has 5,600 seats in its sport configuration and 7,200 in the concert configuration. It hosts indoor sporting events as well as conce…
The Weser (German) or Vesdre (French) is a river in eastern Belgium, in the province of Liège, and is a right tributary to the river Ourthe. Its source lies in the High Fens (Hohes Venn, Hautes Fagnes), close to the border with Germany near Monschau…
Banneux is a small town, southeast of Liège in Belgium.
Angleur is a district of the Walloon city of Liège, Belgium, since 1977. It is located at the foot and on the slope of a hill in the southern part of Liège, located between the rivers Ourthe and Meuse. The lower part involves an area known as Renory…
Wéris is a village in the municipality of Durbuy in Wallonia, Belgium.
Grivegnée (pop. 19,606 (2006)) is a suburb of the Belgian town Liège.
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.
Lienne is a river of Belgium.
The Gramme Institute is a high school of engineering part of Haute École HELMo in Liege in Belgium. It was founded in 1906 by Belgian Jesuit Adolphe Renard. It was names "Ecole des Arts et Métiers" after the same school in France. The first promotio…
The Caves of Hotton are speleothem caves near Hotton in Belgium, which were discovered in 1958 and are around 5 or 6 km long and 70 metres deep.
The Arrondissement of Marche-en-Famenne (French: Arrondissement de Marche-en-Famenne; Dutch: Arrondissement Marche-en-Famenne) is one of the five administrative arrondissements in the Province of Luxembourg, Belgium. It is both an administrative and…
The asbl TTA or Tramway Touristique de l'Aisne (Aisne Tourist Tramway) is the official designation of the tourist use of a former rural vicinal tramway in Belgium.
Lassus Castle (French: Château de Lassus, or Hamoir-Lassus) is a château in Hamoir in the province of Liège, Belgium.
Harzé Castle (French: Château de Harzé) is a castle in the village of Harzé in the municipality of Aywaille, province of Liège, Belgium.
Bomal is a village in the municipality of Durbuy, Belgium.