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Limburg is one of the five provinces of Flanders (Belgium). There is also a province called Limburg in The Netherlands. It is the easternmost province of Flanders. The province boasts an interesting mining history, forests and historic towns. The area is mainly visited by tourists from Belgium or its neighbouring countries.


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  • 1 Hasselt — administrative center for the province and main place of interest for international visitors.
  • 2 Beringen Beringen, Belgium on Wikipedia — — former important coal-mining city in Limburg, with a large industrial heritage.
  • 3 Diepenbeek Diepenbeek on Wikipedia
  • 4 Genk Genk on Wikipedia — former mining town that today offers visitors a gentle mix of industrial heritage and natural sights.
  • 5 Halen
  • 6 Maasmechelen
  • 7 Sint-Truiden — the centre of the Haspengouw region, which is renowned for its pears, apples and sweet cherries.
  • 8 Tongeren — one of the oldest towns in Belgium, dating back to Roman times.
  • 9 Voeren Voeren on Wikipedia

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The official language, as in all of Flanders, is Dutch, and most people can speak it. The main language, however is Limburgish. Commonly seen as a Dutch dialect, this regional language has acquired recognition as a language of its own. Dutch and Limburgish are however closely related and largely mutually intelligible. Also widely spoken are English and to a lesser extent German. French has become unpopular.

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