Where is Belgium situated?
Belgium is situated in France. It is a french speaking country and there are many little villages in it. There are many football players who come from Belgium too.
In Europe, with France to the west, The Netherlands to the northeast and Germany to the east and south. See the related link for a map and more information.
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There are many places where many different things are situated.Many schools for example are situated in the center of cities.
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belgium is mainly famous for brewing hundreds of beers... they are also famous for chocolate, waffles, lace, and for being the capital of Europe by housing the offices of the …European Union in Brussels, Belgium. Belgium is also home to NATO and the BENELUX. Belgium is also famous for his advanced computer technology and his gun-building skills. The P90 and the SCAR are 2 examples of these.
If you were born in Belgium you are Belgian! You can't be a country! :P
it depends where you live From the south, cross France and continue north /keeping to the west. From the east, cross northern Germany and continue (not too far north because y…ou might get to the Netherlands. From the north, cross The Netherlands and continue south. From the west, cross central England and continue across the English Channel/North Sea to Belgium.
Yes. Big Mountains.
Yes, most definitely
frites is the french word for french fries. Belgium is known for its frites which if very good. It's made of special potatoes which are fried twice, the double action makes it… more crunchy. It's usually being served in a cone of paper and added with a desired sauce (Mayonnaise, Cocktail. samurai Andaluse etc.) If ever in Brussels it's highly recommended to try. (and don't put ketchup on it)
After the Belgian Revolution took place in 1830-'31, the Belgian government declared itself no longer to be part of the Netherlands , which it was since Napoleon lost at Wa…terloo in 1815. There is no specific date, however the National Holliday is held on 21 July, in 1831 being the date the first king (King Leopold I) was crowned.