Capital of Benelux?
Benelux is a collective name for three different countries, Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg. They each have their own capital cities, so there is no capital of Benelux.
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The word capital is another word for money; or the machines, tools, and buildings used in the production of goods and services. "A capital" can be a capital letter (upper case). . "A capital" is also a city that is the seat of government for a nation or state, or sometimes smaller government divis…ions. . A+man-made goods used in the process of producing other goods (MORE)
Capitals are used at the start of sentences, for proper names and proper nouns, titles of books, magazines, plays.
Never capitalize "from" in a title, unless it is the first or last word. "From" is a preposition, and prepositions of four letter or less are not supposed to be capitalized. (Some people capitalize longer prepositions, some don't, but that doesn't matter in this case).
Its an economic union of Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg, originally established as a customs union in 1948.
BENELUX Is short for Be lgium Ne therlands and Lux embourg (the first letters of each country) This was a http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_BENELUX_stand_for&isLookUp=1# group of countries pre the European Union .
Brussels, Belgium, is the capital and central administrative pillarof the Benelux Economic Union. It comprises of three neighboringcountries in mid-western Europe: Belgium, the Netherlands andLuxembourg.
It is an economic union of Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg, originally established as a customs union in 1948.
No the Benelux countries are Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg. The BE, NE, and LUX comes from letter from each country
Capital letters are UPPER CASE. Capitals are also cities where the governments of nations or states are located.
Only when it is the first word in a sentence or is part of something's name or title.
BENELUX is short for Be lgium Ne therlands and Lux embourg, a trading group of countries before the European Union.
Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands all have the standard blue EU registration strip on number plates.
At the beginning of a sentence or when using a name of a noun, and also when the word "I" is used.
There really is no specific reason. We just capitalize "I" even though similar words such as "you," "he," and "we," are left lowercase.
Benelux is just a term referring to the economic union of the neighboring countries of Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxemborg in Northern Central Europe.
The Benelux countries are made up of Belgium, the Netherlands andLuxembourg. These countries are among the most densely populated inEurope.
1. At the beginning of a sentence. 2. In the title of a book, film, article etc. 3. When indicating a holy person or object.
It's not a proper noun. Its a pronoun. The only pronouns that are capitalized by convention are "I" and pronouns referring to God. The grammar rules of the English language have a lot of oddities because of the diverse origins that merged into Standard North American English, and all the other v…ersions of English as well. (MORE)
The Benelux Countries have many cultures and museums that differdepending on the area and culture of the people that live in thatarea,so there isn't a defintite answer to that question unlesstheir is a specific area you are wondering about.
The term is applied correctly only to Netherlands; but generally Belgium and Luxembourg are considered in the same group.
Benelux is a treaty between Belgium, Luxembourg, and theNetherlands. Belgium and the Netherlands are constitutionalmonarchies and Luxemburg is a Grand Duchy. The countries worktogether on intellectual property laws.
Of the three countries which make up the Benelux, Be lgium, the Ne therlands and Lux embourg, only Luxembourg is landlocked (by Belgium, France and Germany).
The Benelux is the economic union between Be lgium, the Ne therlands and Lux embourg.
The Common market, as it was originally. It became the European Economic Community & then the European Union. It is not liked by nationalist politicians.
History, mainly. They were one country from 1815 until 1830, when Belgium split off, and in 1890 Luxembourg split off from the Netherlands. Before that the three countries had histories that intertwined a lot with eachother, but there have always been many differences between the north and the south…. In the last 2 centuries the three countries felt united in the fact that they were little countries in comparison to neighbouring France, Germany and the UK. Much similar cultural things aswell, like food and festivities, but still many differences between the three. (MORE)
The three countries formed a customs union in 1948, and in 1958 they signed the Treaty of the Benelux
Because they are geographically very low. They don't have any large mountains like some of the other countries around them do.
Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg were 3 of the 6 founder members of the European Economic Community, which is now known as the European Union.
Not really. Although the Benelux Union was formed in 1944, it was not until 1955 that supranationalism was present, when a Benelux Parliament was formed. The European Coal and Steel Community was formed in 1952. When the ECSC was formed, it had several aims, one of which was to become the first supr…anational organization in the world, which it did, as the Benelux Union was not yet supranational. (MORE)
Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg. The word Benelux comes from letters at the start of their names.
the benelux trade union were the small countries of belgium, the Netherlands , and Luxembourg joined together to form it. :D love u peoples
Yes and they are still joined together. In fact you can walk, cycle or drive a car from each to the other.
In 1957 Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg were 3 of the 6 founding members of the European Economic Community, which is now known as the European Union. The other 3 founder members were Germany, France and Italy.
Both groups are industrialized, prosperous countries and European parliamentary democracies. Landscape-wise, they are mostly totally different.
Benelux is an economic block of three countries: Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. As such, the languages of Benelux are the official languages of these countries, and the official minority languages of their regions. These would be:. Dutch (Belgium and the Netherlands). Frisian (the Nether…lands). French (Belgium and Luxembourg). German (Belgium and Luxembourg). Luxembourgish (Luxembourg). Other minority languages would be Walloon, Picard, Champenois, Lorrain, Low Dietsch, Yiddish and some other dialectical varieties of the aforementioned languages. . (MORE)
Holland: Dutch. They also talk Frisian in the province Friesland. In the west they sometimes talk a dialect of Low Saxon. Belgium: Dutch, French and a bit German. Also dialects like Flemish, Walloon and Limburgish. Luxembourg: Luxembourgish, French and German. They all talk English very well.
The Benelux was formed as an economical union between Belguim, Netherlands and Luxembourg. Since these countries are also the co-founders of the European Community it has not so much economical significance anymore. These days it is more seen as a cultural community.
"I" is capitalized if it is the beginning letter of a name, for example the name of the country India. One must also capitalize "I" if her or she is using it to refer to himself/herself. For example, in the sentence "I am hungry."
The Benelux countries are all members of the European Union and use the Euro as their currency.
yes I did some more research and i looked in my socialstudies text book and it did say the the population is decreasing. but also these websites and books that ive been looking in are not recently published or upgraded
No. Benelux refers to Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg,which are 3 different countries. Luxembourg is just one of thosecountries.
Yes. They were actually amongst the original founders of what was then the European Economic Community in 1957. Some of the main offices are in Belgium and Luxembourg.
Currently, these Benelux countries permit same-sex couples to marry (in chronological order): . Netherlands (April 21, 2001); . Belgium (June 1, 2003); and, . Luxembourg (December 2014).
I don't know. I looked it up for the same reason as you. Ugh. .
Benelux stands for a group of countries including Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg.Ã The physical features of the countries consists of mainly flatlands and lowlands some below sealevel.
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Not unless the word "on" begins a sentence. "On" is a preposition. In titles, prepositions should not be capitalized.
"Who" and "was" are not capitalized unless they are the first words of a sentence.
There are many places one might go to learn more about traveling to Benelux. In addition to the official Benelux website, one might also try the Travelocity website.
The word capital can mean a few things. Capital can be the name ofa credit card or the name of a city.