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Belgium
   has this flag:   

B
   is the international car registration for   
Belgium
Belgium
   has the capital   
Brussels
Brussels is first mentioned in a 7th-century manuscript. The traditional year of the establishment of Brussels is said to be 580, when Saint Géry (or Saint Gorik), the Bishop of nearby Cambrai made a narrow escape from the Forest of Soignes through which he was travelling, and decided to build a chapel to the site. The settlement grew into a significant village and in the 9th century developed into a town.
Belgium
   uses the   
Euro
euro (EUR) ; note: on 1 January 1999, the European Monetary Union introduced the euro as a common currency to be used by financial institutions of member countries; on 1 January 2002, the euro became the sole currency for everyday transactions within the member countries
Limburger
   cheese comes from   
Belgium
Pasteurised cow milk
Dutch
   is an official language of   
Belgium
Belgian Dutch is often referred to as Flemish. It is a dialect of Dutch in a similar way to Scots being a dialect of English.
French
   is an official language of   
Belgium
German
   is an official language of   
Belgium
.be
   internet domain is used by   
Belgium
King Phillipe
   is Head of State of   
Belgium
Bellewaerde
   is situated in   
Belgium
Bobbejaanland
   is situated in   
Belgium
Belgium
   is situated in   
Europe
Brussels Airlines
   is based in   
Belgium
National carrier. Zavntem (Brussels)
Belgium
   lies to the north of   
France
Netherlands
   lies to the north of   
Belgium
Brugge-Zeebrugge
   canal is situated in   
Belgium
Opened in 1907 (7.5 miles long)
Brussels-Rupel (Willebroek)
   canal is situated in   
Belgium
Opened in 1922 (20 miles long)
Belgium
   is the site of   
Flemish Béguinages
Belgium
   is the site of   
La Grand-Place, Brussels
Belgium
   is the site of   
The Four Lifts on the Canal Du Centre and Their Environs, La Louvière and Le Roeulx
Belgium
   is the site of   
Historic Centre of Brugge
Belgium
   is the site of   
Neolithic Flint Mines at Spiennes (Mons)
Belgium
   is the site of   
Plantin-Moretus House-Workshops-Museum Complex
France
   is the site of   
Belfries of Belgium and France
Belgium
   calls its legislative assembly   
Parlement Fédérale
Boudewijn Seapark
   is situated in   
Belgium
Bruges, West-Vlaanderen
Plopsa Indoor Hasselt
   is situated in   
Belgium
Hasselt
Belgium
   presented the song   
J'aime La Vie
Sandra Kim 1986
Jean-Claude Van Damme
   was born in   
Sint-Agatha-Berchem, Belgium
October 18, 1960
Belcolade
   is located in   
Belgium
Rhine
   River runs through   
Belgium
1,320 km. Germany / France / Switzerland / Netherlands / Austria / Belgium / Luxembourg/ Liechtenstein / Italy
Belgium
   lies to the north of   
Luxembourg
Blankenberge Lighthouse
   is located in   
Belgium
1913 - Blankenberge Harbor
Nieuwpoort Lighthouse
   is located in   
Belgium
1884 - River Ijzer
Oostende Lighthouse
   is located in   
Belgium
1890 - Oostende Harbor
Zeebrugge Ole Mole Lighthouse
   is located in   
Belgium
1905 - Leopold II Dam
Belgium
   has the time zone   
UTC+1
Central European Time (CET)
Belgian
   originated in   
Belgium
Belgium
   has the patron saint   
Our Lady of Banneux
Bruges Cathedral
   is located in   
Belgium
The Holy Savior Cathedral was not originally built to be a cathedral - it obtained that status only in the 19th century
Brussels Cathedral
   is located in   
Belgium
Cathedral of St. Michael was completed circa 1047
Belgium
   is   

Pieter Bruegel the Elder
   is buried in   
Church of Notre Dame De La Chapelle, Brussels, Belgium
16th century artist
Wettin
   originated in   
Belgium
Agnates of the House of Wettin have, at various times, ascended the thrones of Great Britain, Portugal, Bulgaria, Poland, Saxony, and Belgium.
Pommes Frites
   comes from   
Belgium
Belgium
   had a leader   
Leopold III
Belgium
   had a leader   
Hubert Pierlot
Free Belgian forces
Belgium
   had the general   
Cyriaque Gillain
Army Chief of Staff






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