It doesn’t matter whether you spell it Ghent or Gent, this magical city has captivating architecture, culinary delights and live music.
Belgium is a country in Western Europe. It’s the only country with the capital city of Brussels that also has French, Dutch, and German as its official languages. The country has 3 divisions: Flanders, Wallonia, and the Brussels Capital Region (a bilingual region).
Belgium’s culture is part of Western Europe with a mixed French and Dutch heritage. It’s famous for its UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The country also has one of the best beer cultures in the world. But it’s not just beer…it’s also known for their chocolate! Belgium is among the countries that consume the most chocolate per capita in the world.
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