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"a region north of Brussels" - even the most radical French speakers grant Flanders the area's to the east and west as well, and as things stand, just leaving Brussels in a southern direction one gets into... Flanders.
Hello, welcome to '''Mechelen Mapt''' !
On this website you will find articles concerning the city of [[Mechelen]] in Belgium. It's a town The municipality is halfway between Antwerp and Brussels and home to about 80,000 inhabitants have their home therepeople. OnceIn the early 16th century, Mechelen was the '''capital of the Low Countries in the 16th century'''. Therefore a lot of items in Though the city remind us has numerous items reminding of its inhabitants' great past. However, the city is it does not appear as a big mere museum of ancient things only: it is and offers a nice mix of new and old.
Mechelen is a city in the northern Belgian region of '''Flanders''' in Belgium. Flanders is a region north About 57 percent of Brussels and people over there speak and write the country's inhabitants live in this '''Dutch''' (''Nederlands'')speaking region. The region To its south of Brussels is called the '''WalloniaFrench''' where people speak speaking region called '''FrenchWallonia'''. ThereforeBelgium's other region, all articles on Mechelen Mapt are written the Capital region of Brussels, is an officially bilingual though largely French-speaking enclave in [[Dutch]]southern Flanders.
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