The Six Days of Ghent (Dutch: Zesdaagse Vlaanderen-Gent) is a six-day track cycling race held annually in Ghent, Belgium.
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Lede (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈleːdə]) is a municipality located in the Belgian province of East Flanders in the Denderstreek, nearby cities are Gent, Aalst and Dendermonde.
Latitude: 50° 57' 58.54" N
Longitude: 3° 59' 9.38" E
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Daknamstadion is a football stadium in the village Daknam, municipality Lokeren (Belgium). The stadium is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Sporting Lokeren.
The Boekentoren, (Dutch for Book Tower) is a famous building located in Ghent, Belgium, designed by the Belgian architect Henry van de Velde. It is part of the Ghent University Library and currently houses 3 million books.
Affligem Abbey is a Benedictine monastery in the municipality of Affligem, Flemish Brabant, Belgium, twelve miles to the north-west of Brussels.
Vooruit Arts' Centre (Dutch: Feestlokaal van Vooruit) is a historic complex in the Belgian city of Ghent. Vooruit was originally the festival and art center of the Ghent-based labor movement, with a ballroom, cinema, theater, etc.
Merelbeke (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈmeːrəlbeːkə]) is a municipality located in the Flemish province of East Flanders, in Belgium. The municipality comprises the villages of Bottelare, Lemberge, Melsen, Merelbeke proper, Munte and Schelderode.
Jules Ottenstadion was a multi-purpose stadium in Gentbrugge, Ghent, Belgium. It was used mostly for football matches and used to be the home ground of K.A.A. Gent. The stadium held 12,919 seats and was built in 1920. It has been replaced by the new…
Saint Michael's Church (Dutch: Sint-Michielskerk) is a Roman Catholic church in Ghent, Belgium built in a late Gothic style.
The Dendre (French) or Dender (Dutch) is a 65-kilometre (40 mi) long river in Belgium, right tributary of the river Scheldt.
Zwijnaarde is a village in the municipality of Ghent, Belgium. It is known for its fair and its Zwijntjes beer. A cluster of biotech companies is located at the Zwijnaarde science park, with biotech companies such as Innogenetics, and DevGen.
The Halle-Vilvoorde Arrondissement (Dutch: Arrondissement Halle-Vilvoorde; French: Arrondissement de Hal-Vilvorde) is one of the two administrative arrondissements in the Belgian province of Flemish Brabant. It almost completely surrounds the Brusse…
Gent-Dampoort is the second largest railway station in Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium.
Oostakker, formerly spelled Oostacker, is one of the smaller former municipalities which were merged into Ghent (from which it is only two miles), the capital of the Belgian province of East Flanders.
Gentbrugge is one of 25 districts ("wijken") of the city of Ghent, Belgium in the Flemish Region of Belgium.
Desteldonk is a parish in the municipality of Ghent in the Belgian province of East Flanders.
Ledeberg is a submunicipality of the city of Ghent. It lies south-east of downtown Ghent and has direct access to the E17 road.
The Ghent University Library is located in the city of Ghent, Belgium.
Escaut was a department of the First French Empire in present day Belgium and Netherlands. It was named after the river Scheldt, which is called the Escaut in French. It was formed in 1795, when the Southern Netherlands were annexed by France.