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|a ship in antwerp(belgium) with cars on board "fell over" when onloading....||09/29/2006||1,815|
|The defense line of Antwerp consists of 30 fortifications in two rings around the city. This defenceline to defend the city, was build between 1859 and 1914. Together they form a 95 kilometer wide ring around Antwerp.||10/17/2007||942|
|M/V Republica di Genoa capsized during loading March 8 in Belgian port city Antwerp. No injuries were reported. The cause of the capsizing of M/V Republica di Genoa, a roll on/roll off vessel of the London-based Grimaldi Lines, was not immediately clear. Port of Antwerp Captain Jan Persi said the 215-meter-long (705-foot-long) vessel slowly rolled onto her starboard side in a dead end dock earl...||04/01/2010||1,365|
|The airport is located just south-east of the city center. It's very close to the city center. It's a small airport.|
Runway: 29/11 4928ft. 1500m.
|Sportpaleis Merksem is an arena in Antwerp, Belgium. Sportpaleis Merksem opened in 1933 and holds 21,000 people.||01/12/2008||367|
|A Crommwell tank is places as a memorial at the Bevrijdingstunnel (Liberation tunnel).|
Text on the plaque:
in honour of
Major General G.P.B. Roberts. C.B.. D.S.O.. M.C.
commander of the 11th Armoured Division
Major General J.B. Churcher. C.B.. D.S.O.
commander of the 159th Infantry Brigade
Brigadier C.B.C. Harvey. D.S.O.
|Museum build for the 50th birthday of Belgium||12/15/2005||432|
|A heavy bombed german airfield in Belgium.||10/19/2005||933|
|One of the main hospital in Belgium||12/16/2005||381|
|Greater dam and nautical center of Belgium||08/20/2005||596|
|The F931 Louise-Marie is a Karel Doorman class frigate of the Naval Component of the Belgian Armed Forces to be commissioned in 2008. It is the second of the two frigates of this class that were purchased from the Royal Netherlands Navy on December 22, 2005.|
It served in the Netherlands Royal Navy as the HNLMS Willem van der Zaan (F829).
The HNLMS Willem van der Za...
|At the Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium, covering 57 acres, rest 7,992 of our military dead, most of whom lost their lives during the advance of the U.S. armed forces into Germany. Their headstones are arranged in gentle arcs sweeping across a broad green lawn that slopes gently downhill. A highway passes through the reservation. West of the highway an overlook affords a...||09/29/2006||553|