Antwerp

Centre of tapestry, lace making and pottery in the Netherlands (since 1832, Belgium). The antwerp tapestry industry reached its peak in the 17thC, with designs reminiscent of the paintings of Rubens. Antwerp pottery produced TIN-GLAZED EARTHENWARE in the 16thC and work inspired by Italian MAIOLICA in the latter part of the century. Its importance d …...

Antwerp

Antwerp (p, Antwerpen Be-nl Antwerpen.ogg, Anvers ɑ̃ˈvɛʁ(s), Amberes) is a city and municipality in Belgium and the capital of the Antwerp province of Belgium. Antwerp`s population is 510,610 (as of 1 January 2014), making it the second most populous city in Belgium, after the capital Brussels. Antwerp`s total area is {convert|204.51|km2|sq.....
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Antwerp

(from the article `Belgium`) ...(more than one-half of the total population), who are concentrated in the five northern and northeastern provinces (West Flanders, East Flanders ...
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Antwerp

city and capital of Antwerp province, Belgium. It is one of the world`s major seaports.[23 related articles]
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Antwerp

Antwerp (ăn'twûrp) , Du. Antwerpen, Fr. Anvers, province (1991 pop. 1,605,167), 1,104 sq mi (2,859 sq km), N Belgium, bordering on the Netherlands in the north. Antwerp (the provincial capital) and Mechelen are the chief cities. The province is largely a flat, cultivated plain, draine...
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Antwerp

Antwerp, Du. Antwerpen, Fr. Anvers, city (1991 pop. 467,518), capital of Antwerp prov., N Belgium, on the Scheldt River. It is one of the busiest ports in Europe; a commercial, industrial, and financial center; and a rail junction. The city is linked with industrial E Belgium (especially Liège)...
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Antwerp

(town) Port in Belgium on the River Schelde, capital of the province of Antwerp, 43 km/27 mi north of Brussels; population (2003 est) 450,000, urban agglomeration 952,600. A commercial and financial centre, it is Belgium's second city and the largest town in Flanders, the Flemish&#...
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Antwerp

[district] Antwerp District coincides with the old city of Antwerp. Since the municipality and contemporary city of Antwerp in the Flemish Region of Belgium was decentralized in 2000, this district level of government steadily increased its administrative powers. It comprises 22 neighbourhoods: ...
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Antwerp

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Antwerp

[province] Antwerp (Dutch: Antwerpen) is the northernmost province both of the Flemish Region, also called Flanders, and of Belgium. It borders on (clockwise from the North) North Brabant province of the Netherlands and the Belgian provinces of Limburg, Flemish Brabant and East Flanders. Its capital is Antwerp which comprises the Port of An...
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Antwerp

[disambiguation] Antwerp is the name of a city, a district and a province in Flanders, Belgium: Antwerp is also the name of a number of places == Other == ...
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