Malplaquet is the name of two places in Belgium and a place in France:
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Glons (Walloon: Glon; Dutch: Glaaien) is a village in the municipality of Bassenge, province of Liège, Wallonia, Belgium.
Munsterbilzen Abbey was an abbey of Benedictine nuns in Munsterbilzen, Limburg, Belgium, founded in around 670 by Saint Landrada. It was plundered by Vikings in 881 but restored.
Lantin Prison is a minimum detention centre located in Lantin near Liège in Belgium.
Heers Castle (Dutch: Kasteel van Heers) is a castle in Heers, Province of Limburg, Belgium.
The Grenslandhallen in Hasselt, Belgium is one of the biggest event complexes in the Benelux. The first halls were built in 1983. In 2002 one of the first halls has been transformed into a congress theatre for musicals, concerts, ...
The Europlanetarium Genk is a people's observatory and planetarium in Genk, Belgium.
Diepenbeek Castle (Dutch: Kasteel van Diepenbeek, also known as the Rentmeesterij van Alden Biesen) is a castle in Diepenbeek near Hasselt in the province of Limburg, Belgium. The building consists of a 15th-century keep with a 17th-century main blo…
The Arrondissement of Waremme (French: Arrondissement de Waremme; Dutch: Arrondissement Borgworm) is one of the four administrative arrondissements in the Province of Liège, Belgium.
Zepperen, a formerly independent municipality, is now part of the city of Sint-Truiden in the province of Limburg in Belgium.
The Saint Leonard's Church (Dutch: Sint-Leonarduskerk) in Zoutleeuw, Belgium, stands on the former site of a Romanesque chapel erected in 1125 by Benedictines from the Abbey of Vlierbeek near Leuven. Construction of the present church began around 1…
Rullingen Castle (Dutch: Kasteel van Rullingen) is a castle in Kuttekoven in the municipality of Borgloon, province of Limburg, Belgium.
Rijkhoven is a small village in the municipality of Bilzen, Belgium. There is a castle built near it called Alden Biesen.
Kasteel Lagendal is a country house in Lummen, in the province of Limburg, Belgium. It was built in 1850 in a vernacular late classical style as a shooting box commissioned by Paul Jacobs-Stellingwerff of Hasselt. Its name comes from its site on the…
Hasselbroek Castle (Dutch: Kasteel van Hasselbroek), also Hasselbrouck Castle (French: Château de Hasselbrouck) is a 17th-century country house in Hasselbroek, in Jeuk, a part of the municipality of Gingelom, province of Limburg, Belgium.
Gotem is a small town in the Limburg province of Belgium and is part of the municipality of Borgloon.
Godsheide is Flemish-speaking hamlet and Catholic parish within the northeastern corner of the Belgian city of Hasselt, in the province of Limburg. At the end of 2007 Godsheide counted 3143 inhabitants.
The Castle of Duras in Duras, part of the Belgian city of Sint-Truiden is built in the Classical style .