The Battle of Beverhoutsveld took place on 3 May 1382, on a field situated between the towns of Beernem, Oostkamp and Assebroek. It marked an important phase in the rebellion of Ghent (led by Philip van Artevelde) against count Louis II of Flanders.
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Sint-Laureins (Dutch pronunciation: [sɪnt lʌu̯ˈrɛi̯ns]; Dutch for Saint Lawrence) is a municipality located in the Flemish province of East Flanders, in Belgium. The municipality comprises the towns of Sint-Jan-in-Eremo, Sint-Laureins proper, Sint-Margriete, Waterland-Oudeman and Watervliet.
Latitude: 51° 14' 31.27" N
Longitude: 3° 31' 27.88" E
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The Arrondissement of Ghent (Dutch: Arrondissement Gent; French: Arrondissement de Gand) is the largest of the six administrative arrondissements in the Province of East Flanders, Belgium. It is both an administrative and a judicial arrondissement.
Wondelgem used to be a village in East Flanders, Belgium.
Sint-Michiels (French:Saint-Michel-lez-Bruges) is a suburb of Bruges, in the province of West Flanders, Belgium.
Sint Anna ter Muiden is a Dutch town in the province of Zeeland. It is administratively a part of municipality of Sluis, and the town of Sluis lies about 1 km west. It is located on the westernmost point of the Netherlands (excluding the kingdom's o…
Moerkerke is a town in the Belgian province West Flanders and a part (deelgemeente) of the city of Damme
The Meetjesland is a historical region in the north-west of the province East Flanders in 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.
COVRA (Centrale Organisatie Voor Radioactief Afval) is the Dutch nuclear waste processing and storage company in Vlissingen, which stores the waste produced in the Borssele nuclear power plant after it is reprocessed by Areva NC in La Hague, Manche,…
Assebroek is a suburb in the municipality and city of Bruges, Belgium. In 2004, Assebroek had 19,525 inhabitants. Since 1999, this number has hardly changed.
Lys is the name of a département of the First French Empire in present Belgium. It is named after the river Lys. It was created on 1 October 1795, when the Southern Netherlands were annexed by France.
Lissewege is a village and a subdivision in the municipality of Bruges, Belgium.
Heist-aan-Zee, or Heist, is a town in Knokke-Heist, West Flanders, Belgium.
The Flanders Sports Arena (Dutch: Topsporthal Vlaanderen) is a multi-purpose Indoor arena in Ghent, Belgium.
The European College of Parma Foundation (Italian: Fondazione Collegio Europeo di Parma, French: La Fondation Collège Européen de Parme): is a higher education institution which provides academic training for young European graduates in the field of…
Eede is a village in the Dutch province of Zeeland.
The Watersportbaan, official name: Nationale Watersportbaan Georges Nachez, is a five lane rowing race course in the Belgian city of Ghent. It is 2300 metres long and 76m wide and was first used in 1954. Despite most major international Fédération I…