Limburg

[Weilheim an der Teck] Limburg (Weilheim an der Teck) is a mountain of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. ...
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Limburg

[Lahn] Limburg (Lahn) station is a station of the city of Limburg an der Lahn in the German state of Hesse. It is on the Lahn Valley Railway (Lahntalbahn), running between Koblenz and Gießen. The only section of this that is electrified in the Limburg area is between Limburg freight yard and Eschhofen station. At the west end of station a ...
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Limburg

(from the article `Belgium`) ...of the total population), who are concentrated in the five northern and northeastern provinces (West Flanders, East Flanders [West-Vlaanderen, ... ...provincial governors revolted against the government`s centralizing policy in the early 1630s but were forced to flee the country for lack of ... [2 rela...
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Limburg

historic region of the Low Countries that was one of many small states resulting from the division of the duchy of Lower Lorraine in the second half ...
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Limburg

provincie, southeastern Netherlands. It is bounded on the northwest by Noord-Brabant provincie, on the north by Gelderland provincie, on the east by ... [4 related articles]
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Limburg

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Limburg

Limburg (lim'bûrg, Du. lim'bûrkh) , Fr. Limbourg, province (1991 pop. 750,435), 930 sq mi (2,409 sq km), NE Belgium, bordering on the Netherlands in the north. The chief cities are Hasselt (the capital), Tongeren, and Sint-Truiden. The province is bordered in the east by the Meuse ...
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Limburg

Limburg (lim'bûrg, Dutch lim'bûrkh) , province (1994 pop. 1,125,200), c.850 sq mi (2,200 sq km), SE Netherlands, bordering on Belgium in the west and south and Germany in the east. Maastricht, on the Meuse (Maas) River, is the province's capital and chief industrial center. Regiona...
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Limburg

Southernmost province of the Netherlands, bounded by Germany to the east, Belgium to the west and south, and North Brabant to the north; area 2,170 sq km/838 sq mi; population (1997) 1,136,200. The capital is Maastricht, and Kerkrade, Heerlen, and Roermond are other towns. The province includes the Maas (Meuse) and Roer rivers, and feat...
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Limburg

[Belgium] Limburg (Nl-Limburg.ogg) is the easternmost of the five provinces of modern Flanders, which is one of the three main political and cultural sub-divisions of modern Belgium. Limburg is located west of the river Meuse (Dutch Maas), upon which it borders the similarly named Dutch province Limburg. It also borders on the Wallonian pro...
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Limburg

[Netherlands] Limburg (122 Limburg.ogg; Dutch and Limburgish: (Nederlands-)Limburg) is the southernmost of the 12 provinces of the Netherlands. It is in the southeastern part of the country and borders the provinces of Gelderland to the north and North Brabant to the north and the northwest. To the east it borders the German state of Northr...
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