Donkmeer (meer is 'lake' in Dutch) is a lake in Belgium. It is situated in East Flanders in the municipality of Berlare.
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Temse (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈtɛmsə]) is a municipality located in Flanders, one of the three regions of Belgium, and in the Flemish province of East Flanders. The municipality comprises the towns of Elversele, Steendorp, Temse proper and Tielrode. On January 1, 2012, Temse had a total population of 28,809. The total area is 39.92 km² which gives a population density of 722 inhabitants per km². The name Temse is derived from the Gallo-Roman/Gaul 'Tamisiacum' or 'Tamasiacum'.
Latitude: 51° 07' 40.58" N
Longitude: 4° 12' 49.39" E
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Berendrecht is a village in Antwerp province in Belgium. Its name means "dike of the bear", according to the area's dialect, or "dike of a man called Bear", or "passage by the marsh".
Belsele is a village and a deelgemeente of the municipality of Sint-Niklaas, which is situated in the Belgian province of East Flanders.
Xaverius College, in Borgerhout, near Antwerp, Belgium, is one of seven schools operated by the Jesuit priests in Flanders, the northern and western part of Belgium where Dutch is spoken.
The Wissekerke Castle is situated in the village of Bazel of Kruibeke municipality in the East Flanders province of Belgium. Although a castle stood at this site since 10th century, the present castle was largely built in the 15th century with lake,…
Voorderweert is a town in Belgium in the province of Provincie Antwerpen. Some towns that are near Voorderweert are Sas, Molenhoek, and Brans.
Verrebroek is a town and deelgemeente in the municipality of Beveren in East Flanders, Belgium. Verrebroek was its own municipality until January 1, 1977 when it was merged with Beveren as part of the fusion of municipalities in Belgium.
St. Bernard's Abbey, Hemiksem, also known as St. Bernard's Abbey on the Scheldt (Sint-Bernardusabdij van Hemiksem; Abdij Sint-Bernaerdts aan de Schelde), located in Hemiksem in the province of Antwerp in Belgium, was a Cistercian monastery founded i…
Sporthal Arena is an Indoor arena in Deurne, Antwerp, Belgium. Built it 1966, it has a capacity for 2,100 people, 1,196 of which are seating capacity. An 800,000 Euro renovation works took place between April 2008-February 2009. The basketball club …
The Oscar Vankesbeesckstadion is a football stadium, located in Mechelen, Belgium, and is host to K.R.C. Mechelen. With a capacity of 13,687, it is the 9th largest football stadium in Belgium in terms of capacity.
Opdorp is one of the three towns making up the municipality of Buggenhout in East Flanders, Belgium.
Oorderen was a small Belgian village near the city of Antwerp until 1965. It was demolished because of the extension of the Port of Antwerp.
Moerzeke is a village located at the river Scheldt in the municipality Hamme, Belgium.
The Letterenhuis ("House of Literature") is a Belgian non-profit organization located in Antwerp. The Letterenhuis collects and archives information of Flemish writers and artists, and portraits concerning Flemish culture as from 1750. The Letterenh…
Hingene Castle (Dutch: Kasteel van Hingene, also known as the Kasteel d'Ursel) is a stately home in Hingene in the municipality of Bornem, province of Antwerp, Belgium.
The Dendermonde–Puurs Steam Railway (Stoomspoorlijn Dendermonde-Puurs) is a heritage railway situated in the Belgian provinces of East Flanders (Oost-Vlaanderen) and Antwerp (Antwerpen).
Wilmarsdonk was a village in Belgium, north of Antwerp, which has disappeared under the Port of Antwerp expansion.
Ossel is a hamlet in Flemish Brabant, Belgium.