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  1. The Town Hall (French: Hôtel de Ville, Dutch: Stadhuis (help · info)) of the City of Brussels is a landmark building and the seat of the City of Brussels municipality of Brussels, Belgium. It is located on the south side of the famous Grand-Place/Grote Markt (Brussels' main square), opposite the neo-Gothic King's House or Bread House [a ...

  2. TUI fly Belgium, legally incorporated as TUI Airlines Belgium S.A./N.V. and formerly branded Jetairfly, is a Belgian scheduled and charter airline with its registered office at Brussels Airport. [3] The airline is a subsidiary of the TUI Group and part of the TUI Airlines.

  3. The Holocaust in Belgium was the systematic dispossession, deportation, and murder of Jews and Roma in German-occupied Belgium during World War II. Out of about 66,000 Jews in the country in May 1940, around 28,000 were murdered during the Holocaust. At the start of the war, the population of Belgium was overwhelmingly Catholic.

  4. Belgium operates a policy of cheap rail travel. [citation needed] Citizens in Belgium, especially students and older citizens, are offered incentives and cheaper fares in order to alleviate congestion on the nation's roads. Public sector employees are entitled to a free or heavily subsidised season ticket for commuting by rail.

  5. The Belgium national under-21 football team is the national under-21 football team of Belgium and is controlled by the Belgian Football Association. The team competes in the European Under-21 Football Championship , held every two years.

  6., (Brussels) Borné A.C., 1985, Distinctions honorifiques de la Belgique, 1830–1985 (Brussels) Van Hoorebeke, 2007, P., 175 Ans de l'Ordre de Léopold et les Ordres Nationaux Belges (MRA Brussels) André Borné, 1982, Honneur au travail: Distinctions honorifiques pour les travailleurs 1830–1980, (Brussels) External links

  7. › wiki › La_HulpeLa Hulpe - Wikipedia

    The King Baudouin's Memorial was built behind the church, close to the oak commemorating the centenary of Belgium. For three centuries, the economy of La Hulpe has been driven by paper-making industry, favoured by the closeness to Brussels and the availability of pure water. The first paper mill was set up on the Grand Etang (Big Pond).

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