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History of Bruges, Belgium
February 20, 2021

History of Bruges, Belgium

As in other Flemish cities, textiles were Bruges’ ticket to prosperity. Much trade was connected to England’s wool industry, the source of the finest grade of wool, and by the late 13th century Bruges was a major cloth-trading centre. When Philip the Fair, King of France, visited Bruges in 1301, his wife, Joanna of Navarre, was so surprised by the inhabitants’…

Thank you in Belgium
February 15, 2021

Thank you in Belgium

Answered by The WikiAnswers® Community Answers.com® is making the world better one answer at a time. Belgium has 3 national languages. In Flanders they speak Flemish (a version of Dutch): Dankje (friendly) or Dank u wel (polite) The the south-east of Belgium they speak French: Merci A small part of Belgium nearby Germany, speaks German: Danke English…

Public holidays in Belgium
February 10, 2021

Public holidays in Belgium

As it’s always a bummer when you travel somewhere and notice on the day of your arrival that everything’s closed, I thought it would be practical if I compiled a list of holidays in Belgium, which I’ll update each year. In this list, you’ll find public holidays, school vacations, the National Holiday and more, sometimes with a little explanation of what goes…

University of Antwerp, Belgium
February 5, 2021

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Campus Full time 1 year Antwerp Brussels Switzerland Bern Germany Kiel United Kingdom Scotland Netherlands Tilburg + 9 more This programme aimes at students with career aspirations in research, in government and international organisations, and in research departments of large banks and industrial and commercial corporations. The students move as a group to three…

Belgium Shepherd
January 31, 2021

Belgium Shepherd

Belgian Shepherds come in four varieties : the Belgian Groenendael (longhaired black) the Belgian Tervuren (longhaired fawn/mahogany) the Belgian Malinois (shorthaired fawn/mahogany) the Belgian Laekenois (roughhaired fawn) Belgian Groenendael (aka Belgian Sheepdog), the longhaired black variety of Belgian Shepherd The American Kennel Club considers these varieties…

Youth Hostels Belgium
January 26, 2021

Youth Hostels Belgium

Alias Youth hostel Antwerp consists of small rooms for friends and couples, as dorm rooms for groups and the budget traveler. The cosmopolitan atmosphere and multilingual staff make our Youth Hostel a haven for travelers from all over the world. At Alias Youth hostel we make everything to you enjoy your stay, the city, the nightlife and the people of Antwerp…

Hull to Belgium ferry
January 21, 2021

Hull to Belgium ferry

The Hull Zeebrugge ferry route connects England with Belgium. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, P&O Ferries. The crossing operates up to 7 times each week with sailing durations from around 13 hours 15 minutes. Hull Zeebrugge sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live…

Solar Turbines Belgium
January 16, 2021

Solar Turbines Belgium

This report covers Solar Turbines Inc. one of the largest exporters in the U.S. and a wholly owned subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc. We cover export shipments by destination and value. We finish with an example of the top commodities sold by Solar Turbines. Solar Turbines Inc. Solar Turbines Incorporated was 44th on the Fortune 500 list in 2009. Solar Turbines was…

Sunrise in Belgium
January 11, 2021

Sunrise in Belgium

8/4/2015 Sunrise Medical announced today the acquisition of Handicare s Mobility division‎, headquartered in Helmond, The Netherlands. This follows the acquisition of Sunrise Medical by Nordic Capital that was announced in June 2015. The Handicare product lines that form part of this acquisition are limited to mobility products such as wheelchairs, scooters and…

Birth rate in Belgium
January 6, 2021

Birth rate in Belgium

People in rich countries can be coaxed into having more children. But lazy husbands and lovely cities stand in the way “THERE are no families with many children in this area any more—they all have one or two, ” says Hasibe Enc, who lives in the small, affluent city of Urla in western Turkey. That is irksome for her, since she runs a kindergarten called Pink Dreams…

Belgian Wheat Beer
January 1, 2021

Belgian Wheat Beer

Belgian Wit is a wonderful light, refreshing beer that narrowly avoided extinction to become a popular hit here in the United States. This week we’ll take a look at the history, brewing and recipes for Belgian Wit and White Beer. History Belgian Wit goes by many names, all variations of the term “White Beer”. In French it is called “Biere Blance”, while the Flemish…

Travel to Belgium from U.S
December 27, 2020

Travel to Belgium from U.S

Belgium is part of the Visa Waiver Program, which enables citizens of Belgium to travel to the United States without a visa. On January 12, 2009, ESTA (the Electronic System for Travel Authorization) became a requirement of the Visa Waiver Program. ESTA is an application system for all travelers from Visa Waiver Countries, including Belgium. The Visa Waiver Program…

Premier Inn Belgium
December 22, 2020

Premier Inn Belgium

Harrogate Premier inn is only 10 miles from the Leeds Bradford International Airport, one and a half miles from the attractive and culturally important 17th-century Harrogate town centre, and close to the Hornbeam Park Railway Station. The hotel offers comfortable guest rooms, wireless internet access, free parking, conference facilities for 18 delegates and…

Things to See in Bruges Belgium
December 17, 2020

Things to See in Bruges Belgium

There are dozens of things worth doing and seeing in Bruges, Belgium’s most enchanting city. Here are our picks for the top 10. Basilica of the Holy Blood The Basilica of the Holy Blood in Bruges houses nothing less than a relic of Christ himself: his very blood, collected by Joseph of Arimathea and brought to Belgium from the Holy Land. It sounds deeply religious…

Translate Belgium
December 7, 2020

Translate Belgium

Belgium dispenses with the translation requirements under Article 65 EPC On 1 January 2017 several amendments to Belgian patent legislation will come into effect, paving the way for Belgium s accession to the London Agreement. Under the revised legislation, patent proprietors are no longer required to file a translation into a Belgian national language of the…

AKTIVITEITEN NIET ALLEEN VOOR TOERISTEN
December 3, 2020

AKTIVITEITEN NIET ALLEEN VOOR TOERISTEN

Na periodes van quarantaine, thuiswerk en -studie is het voor veel mensen moreel hard van de eentonigheid en belasting. Een verandering van locatie en actieve recreatie vrolijkt je op. Vaak weten zelfs burgers niet van alle charmes van het gebied waar ze wonen. In het artikel van vandaag proberen we te vertellen over de meest populaire plaatsen en soorten buitenactiviteiten…

Main Attractions in Belgium
December 2, 2020

Main Attractions in Belgium

When looking for the top places to visit in Belgium, you will find the country is divided into two: The top half is Dutch-speaking Flanders (Flemish) while the bottom half is French-speaking Wallonia, with the officially bilingual capital of Brussels straddling the two regions. There are also a few German-speaking regions in the east. While this may seem complicated…

Belgium Waffles Cincinnati
November 17, 2020

Belgium Waffles Cincinnati

1. Taste of Belgium, Waffle & Chicken, $10 (brunch/lunch), $14 (dinner) This Belgian bistro took on a beloved Southern classic with great success, topping a dense, sugary Liège waffle with crunchy fried chicken and maple syrup. And the moral of the story is this: Don’t fear the hot sauce. 2. Hang Over Easy, Chicken and Waffles, $9.99 A soft Belgian waffle…

List of banks in Belgium
November 7, 2020

List of banks in Belgium

Belgium is one of the major banking and financial centres on mainland Europe, with Belgian banks influencing the country s position as a pioneer of the cashless society. Combined with Belgium s multicultural nature, today there are many banks in Belgium offering specialised services to expats, including non-resident bank accounts, as well as online banks in Belgium…

What to See in Belgium?
October 23, 2020

What to See in Belgium?

Discover the highlights of Spa in Belgium. Here are the top six must-see attractions including the Grand Prix Circuit, spas, museums and galleries. The Belgian municipality of Spa, in the Province of Liege, is famous for its healing cold springs, hence its name. In the area, you will also find the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, which plays host to the annual Formula…

Belgium Traditional Clothing
October 18, 2020

Belgium Traditional Clothing

Belgium traditional clothing is nowadays only worn on special occasions at festivals and special celebrations. Today an example is The Shrove Tuesday Carnival in Binche, where men dress in brightly coloured padded costumes with large white collars and wooden shoes. This event is the closest demonstration to the style of ethnic clothing worn and imitates the Wallonia…

Cities To Visit In Belgium
October 8, 2020

Cities To Visit In Belgium

It is about the same size as the Netherlands and also has roughly the same amount of people (they are neighbors and both speak Dutch). Belgium happens to be the 16th most visited country in Europe while the Netherlands is number nine on the list. All data is based on numbers from the World Tourism Organization. The People I haven’t traveled through much of Western…

Etiquette in Belgium
September 23, 2020

Etiquette in Belgium

Location: Western Europe, bordering France 620 km, Germany 167 km, Luxembourg 148 km, Netherlands 450 km Capital: Brussels Climate: temperate; mild winters, cool summers; rainy, humid, cloudy Fleming 58%, Walloon 31%, mixed or other 11% Religions: Roman Catholic 75%, Protestant or other 25% Government: federal parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarch…

New Belgium Brewing Ownership
August 4, 2020

New Belgium Brewing Ownership

1988. Belgium. Boy on bike. (Ok, make that a young man of 32.) As our aspiring young homebrewer rides his mountain bike with fat tires through European villages famous for beer, New Belgium Brewing Company was but a glimmer in his eye. Or basement. For Jeff Lebesch would return to Fort Collins with an imagination full of recipes and a handful of ingredients…

Historical Places in Belgium
July 30, 2020

Historical Places in Belgium

If you’re keen to discover Historic Sites in Belgium then you can explore our interactive map above or delve deeper by using the links below. The modern nation of Belgium has a complex and varied history which spans from its early occupation by the Belgae tribe and its subsequent integration into the Roman Empire as the province of Gallia Belgica through to rule…

Germany invade Belgium WW1
July 20, 2020

Germany invade Belgium WW1

The above image is an extract from a proclamation by the German General Otto von Emmich, distributed widely in Belgium in the autumn of 1914 as the German army crossed the tiny nation’s borders and began its slow march south. The declaration it makes is rather incredible: It is to my very great regret that the German troops find themselves compelled to cross…

Work permit for Belgium
June 10, 2020

Work permit for Belgium

Most workers from outside of the European Economic Area will need a work permit to work in Belgium. The main categories of foreign nationals exempt from the work permit requirement are as follows: Nationals of a member state of the European Economic Area (EEA) and their spouses, their descendants aged under 21 years or who are still dependent on them, relatives…

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