The Botanical Garden of Brussels stands on Rue Royale in Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, near the Northern Quarter financial district in Brussels.
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Willebroek (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈʋɪləbruk], old spelling: Willebroeck) is a municipality located in the Belgian province of Antwerp. The municipality comprises the towns of Blaasveld, Heindonk, Tisselt, Klein Willebroek, and Willebroek proper.
Latitude: 51° 03' 37.48" N
Longitude: 4° 21' 36.68" E
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Merksem is a district of the municipality and city of Antwerp in the Flemish Region of Belgium.
Madou Plaza Tower is a high-rise building in Brussels (Belgium). It was built in 1965 and renovated between 2002 and 2006 and taken over by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Education and Culture.
The Argosstadion Achter de Kazerne is a football stadium in Mechelen, Belgium. It is used for football matches and is the home ground of Y.R. K.V. Mechelen. The stadium holds 13,213. The stadium is called Achter de Kazerne, which means the same as '…
The Waasland is a Belgian region. It is part of the Belgian provinces of East-Flanders and Antwerp. The other borders of the Land van Waas are with the Scheldt and Durme rivers.
The Northern Quarter (French: Quartier Nord (Espace Nord), Dutch: Noordruimte) is the central business district of Brussels, Belgium.
Neder-Over-Heembeek is a northern part of the City of Brussels municipality in Belgium. It is a municipality which lost its municipality status when it was merged with the City of Brussels.
Meir is the main shopping street in Antwerp, Belgium. It is the most important shopping area in the country, both by number of shoppers and by rent prices. Ther street has been mostly pedestrianised since 1993. Situated in the centre of Antwerp, Mei…
The Great Synagogue of Europe, formerly known as the Great Synagogue of Brussels, is the main synagogue in Brussels, Belgium which was dedicated as a focal point for European Jews in 2008.
The "French Fury" was a failed attempt by Francis, Duke of Anjou, to conquer the city of Antwerp by surprise on January 17, 1583.
Museum Mayer van den Bergh is a museum in Antwerp, Belgium. The collection once belonged to art collector Fritz Mayer van den Bergh (1858-1901).
Melsbroek Air Base (ICAO: EBMB) is a Belgian Air Component facility in Steenokkerzeel, Belgium.
Parc Léopold (French) or Leopoldspark (Dutch) is a public park located within the Leopold Quarter (European Quarter) of Brussels, adjacent to the Paul-Henri Spaak building, the seat of the European Parliament.
The Heysel Exhibition Park is the place in the north of the centre of Brussels, Belgium, where the Brussels International Exposition (1935) and the Expo '58 took place.
Haren (Dutch and French, sometimes written Haeren in French) is an old municipality of Brussels in Belgium, that was merged into the municipality of the City of Brussels in 1921. It is an outlying part of the municipality of the city and is situated…
The Great Mosque of Brussels is the oldest mosque in Brussels. It is located in the Cinquantenaire Park.
Comme Chez Soi is a restaurant in Brussels, Belgium.
Bouchout Castle (Dutch: Kasteel van Bouchout) is a castle in the Flemish town of Meise, Belgium. In the 12th century, this territory of the young Duchy of Brabant was strategically positioned between the County of Flanders and the Berthout family, l…