Friday, 11 December 2015

just about belgium

just about belgiumN the coast of Flanders is a narrow belt of lowlands, reaching from the borders of France to the Schelde River. The area has many fine sandy beaches and dunes. Inland, the plains of Flanders extend southwest and are crossed by the Leie, Schelde, and Dender rivers. The Central Low Plateau rises to a height of 700 feet in the south. It includes Belgium’s best farmland, the result of the region’s rich alluvial soils. The Senne, Demer and Dijle rivers cross the plateau toward the Rupel River.Reference

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