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  1. Wallonia - Wikipedia

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    The capital of Wallonia is Namur, and the most populous city is Liège. Most of Wallonia's major cities and two-thirds of its population lie along the Sambre and Meuse valley, the former industrial backbone of Belgium. To the north lies the Central Belgian Plateau, which, like Flanders, is relatively flat and agriculturally fertile.

    • 16,844 km² (6,504 sq mi)
    • BE-WAL
    • Belgium
    • Namur
  2. History of Wallonia - Wikipedia

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    The history of Wallonia, from prehistoric times to the present day, is that of a territory which, since 1970, has approximately coincided with the territory of Wallonia, a federated component of Belgium, which also includes the smaller German-speaking Community of Belgium (73,000 inhabitants).

  3. Wallonia is one of three regions in Belgium. The other two regions are Flanders (or Flemish Region) and Brussels-Capital Region . Wikimedia Commons has media related to Wallonia .

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  5. Parliament of Wallonia - Wikipedia

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    The parliament building, the former Hospice Saint-Gilles, is situated in Namur, the capital of Wallonia, at the symbolic confluence of the Meuse and the Sambre, the two main rivers of the most inhabited parts of Wallonia, the Sillon industriel.

  6. Nickelodeon (Wallonia) - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Nickelodeon Wallonia is a Belgian pay television channel, working as the local variant of US kids network Nickelodeon in that country. The network has two sister networks, Nick Jr. Wallonia and MTV Wallonia.

  7. Walloons - Wikipedia

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    Wallonia. The extent of Wallonia, the area defined by the use of the language, has shifted through the ages. The low-lying area of Flanders and the hilly region of the Ardennes have been under the control of many city-states and external powers. Such changing rule brought variations to borders, culture, and language.

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    • 133,066
    • 176,615 (Belgians)
    • Indeterminable, (352,630 Belgians)
  8. Partition of Belgium - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The partition of Belgium is a hypothetical situation which has been discussed by both Belgian and international media envisioning a split of the country along linguistic divisions, with each of the Flemish Community (Flanders) and the French-speaking Community (Wallonia) becoming independent states.

  9. Rattachism - Wikipedia

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    Rattachism (French: Rattachisme, IPA: , "reattach-ism") or Reunionism (Réunionisme) is a minor political ideology which calls for the French-speaking Belgium or Wallonia to secede from the state of Belgium and become part of France.

  10. Walloon language - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Walloon (/ wɒˈluːn /; natively walon) is a Romance language that is spoken in much of Wallonia in Belgium, in some villages of northern France (near Givet) and in the northeast part of Wisconsin, US until the mid 20th century and in some parts of Canada.

  11. Wallonia - Wikipedia

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    Wallonia zo ur rannvro eus Belgia (e galleg: Wallonie, e walloneg: Walonreye).Rannvro Wallonia a vod an darn vrasañ eus gallegerien Belgia, war-bouez re Vrusel.E Rannvro Wallonia ez eus ivez alamanegerien a ya d'ober Kumuniezh alamanek Belgia.