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  2. List of tallest structures built before the 20th century

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    List of pre-twentieth century structures by height. Tower dismantled from 1919. Spire destroyed in 1549. Spire destroyed in 1625. Reconstructed with 139 meter. Spire destroyed 1647. Reconstructed with about 104 meter. Spire destroyed in 1561. Completely destroyed in 1666.

  3. Circuit Franco–Belge - Wikipedia

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    The Eurométropole is a single day cycling race held annually in Belgium and France. The race was previously known as the Circuit Franco-Belge until 2010, as the Tour de Wallonie-Picarde in 2011 and as the Tour de l'Eurométropole from 2012 to 2015. From 2005 to 2015 the Tour de l'Eurométropole was a 2.1 -ranked stage race of the UCI Europe Tour.

  4. List of Catholic seminaries - Wikipedia

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    Séminaire d'Orléans, inter-diocesan seminary in Orléans. Grand séminaire Saint Jean, inter-diocesan seminary in Nantes. Notre Dame Faculty, also known as the Collège des Bernardins, founded in 1984 for the Archdiocese of Paris. Séminaire des Carmes, Institut Catholique de Paris, founded in 1919.

  5. 2021–22 Belgian First Division A - Wikipedia

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    This would mean that there would be three teams relegating from the 2021–22 Belgian First Division A with only one team promoted from the 2021–22 Belgian First Division B. However, on 14 June 2021, the clubs agreed to keep playing with 18 teams at the highest level up to (and including) the 2022–23 season, meaning that the 2021–22 ...

  6. 1900 Belgian general election - Wikipedia

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    1900 Belgian general election. Full general elections were held in Belgium on 27 May 1900. [1] They were the first elections under a proportional system (using the D'Hondt method) instead of a majority system. [2] This was an innovation in Europe, as Belgium became the first country to adopt proportional representation as basis of its electoral ...

  7. State University of Leuven - Wikipedia

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    The State University of Leuven was a university founded in 1817 in Leuven in Belgium, then part of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands. It was distinct from the Old University of Leuven (1425-1797) and from the Catholic University of Leuven, which moved from Mechlin to Leuven after the State University had been closed in 1835.

  8. R.F.C. Tournai - Wikipedia

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    R.F.C. Tournai is a Belgian association football club from the city of Tournai, Hainaut. It is the result of the merger between R. Union Sportive Tournaisienne ( matricule n°26) and R.R.C. Tournaisien (n°36) in 2002. The club wears the matricule n°26 and plays in the Third Amateur Division .

  9. Royale Union Saint-Gilloise - Wikipedia

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    Royale Union Saint-Gilloise, abbreviated to Union SG or USG, unofficially simply called Union, is a Belgian football club originally located in the municipality of Saint-Gilles, in Brussels, although since the 1920s it has been based at the Joseph Marien Stadium in the neighbouring municipality of Forest . The club is one of the most successful ...