Stadium Den Dreef is a football stadium situated on Kardinaal Mercierlaan in the Heverlee suburb of Leuven in Belgium. It is home to Belgian Pro League football team Oud-Heverlee Leuven.
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Kraainem (Dutch: [ˈkraːjnɛm]; French: Crainhem, pronounced: [kʁeˈnɛm]) is a municipality in the province of Flemish Brabant, in Flanders, one of the three regions of Belgium. The municipality only comprises the town of Kraainem proper.
Latitude: 50° 51' 41.58" N
Longitude: 4° 28' 10.06" E
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The Cauchie house (French: Maison Cauchie, Dutch: Cauchiehuis) was built in 1905 by Art Nouveau architect, painter and designer Paul Cauchie, in Etterbeek, Brussels, next of the Cinquantenaire.
The Astro Tower (French: Tour Astro, Dutch: Astrotoren) is a skyscraper in Brussels, Belgium. It is located on the northeast corner of the small ring in the municipality of Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, just north of the Madou Plaza Tower.
The 2004 IAAF World Cross Country Championships took place on March 20/21, 2004. The races were held at the Ossegem Park in Bruxelles, the capital of Belgium.
Schaarbeek railway station is a railway station in the municipality of Schaerbeek, Brussels-Capital Region, Belgium.
Roodebeek metro station is a Brussels metro station on line 1. It is located in the municipality of Woluwe-Saint-Lambert / Sint-Lambrechts-Woluwe and opened on 7 May 1982.
The Pécrot rail crash was a rail accident in the village of Pécrot (part of the municipality of Grez-Doiceau), Belgium, that occurred on 27 March 2001 when two passenger trains collided head-on.
The Academy Palace (Paleis der Academiën (Dutch) or Palais des Académies (French)) is a neoclassical palace in Brussels, situated on the Place des Palais / Paleizenplein by the Royal Palace of Brussels and the Brussels Park. Today it houses five Bel…
The Lemmensinstituut (Lemmens Institute) is a Belgian conservatory in Leuven named after Jacques-Nicolas Lemmens. It was founded in 1879 and has a reputation for offering one of Europe's finest Music Therapy degree programs.
Lake Genval (Dutch: Meer van Genval, French: Lac de Genval) is a scenic lake located in Belgium southeast of Brussels near the Sonian Forest and the cities of Rixensart, Walloon Brabant and Overijse, Flemish Brabant. A popular vacation and holiday d…
Groot-Bijgaarden Castle (Dutch: Kasteel Groot-Bijgarden, French: Château de Grand-Bigard) is 12th-century castle in Groot-Bijgaarden in the municipality of Dilbeek, Flemish Brabant, Belgium. The castle was built for Almaric Bigard, the first lord of…
Grimbergen Airfield - aka Vliegveld Grimbergen - (ICAO: EBGB) is a general aviation airport located in Grimbergen, a municipality of the province of Flemish Brabant in Belgium. Like many recreational aerodromes in Belgium, it is formally a private f…
Eddy Merckx is a Metro station on the western branch of Line 5 of the Brussels Metro.
The Duden park (French: Parc Duden, Dutch: Dudenpark) is a park in Brussels, Belgium located in the municipality of Forest. It has 24 ha and a level difference of 45 m, with its highest point being 90 m high. It is home to the legendary football clu…
The Convent Van Maerlant is a former convent which consists of a church and a Chapel (Chapelle de la Résurrection) on Rue Van Maerlantstraat in Brussels (Belgium).
Breendonk is a small town in Belgium, population 3,000, halfway between Brussels and Antwerp.
The Bordet railway station is a railway station in Brussels, Belgium. It is located on the line 26 between the stations of Haren and Evere.
Avenue de Tervueren (French) or Tervurenlaan (in Dutch) is a major thoroughfare in Brussels, Belgium. It runs from Merode in the west, connects with Square Montgomery, passes through Woluwe-Saint-Pierre and the Ring at Quatre Bras and finishes at th…