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Boekentoren. The Boekentoren. The Boekentoren ( Dutch for Book Tower) is a famous building located in Ghent, Belgium, designed by the Belgian architect Henry van de Velde. It is part of the Ghent University Library and currently houses 3 million books. The Boekentoren is directly adjacent to the Blandijn, the buildings of the Faculty of Arts ...
Ghent University (Dutch: Universiteit Gent, abbreviated as UGent) is a public research university located in Ghent, Belgium.. Established before the state of Belgium itself, the university was founded by the Dutch King William I in 1817, when the region was incorporated into the United Kingdom of the Netherlands after the fall of First French Empire.
Postal codes in Belgium are numeric and consist of 4 numbers. The first digit indicates the province (except for the 3xxx numbers that are shared by the eastern part of Flemish Brabant and Limburg, the 6xxx that are shared between the Hainaut and Luxembourg province, and the 1xxx that are shared by the Brussels Capital Region, the western part of Flemish Brabant and Walloon Brabant).
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The Belfry of Ghent ( Dutch: Belfort van Gent) is one of three medieval towers that overlook the old city centre of Ghent, Belgium; the other two belonging to Saint Bavo Cathedral and Saint Nicholas' Church. Its height of 91 metres (299 ft) makes it the tallest belfry in Belgium. 
Most of the red-light districts (RLDs) in Belgium are made up of windows (where the prostitutes sit, usually scantily dressed, trying to entice customers in) although some street prostitution does occur. Contents 1 Red-light districts by city 1.1 Brussels 1.2 Antwerp 1.3 Charleroi 1.4 Deinze 1.5 Ghent 1.6 Liège 1.7 Ostend 1.8 Seraing
At the start of the 2009–10 season, Vanhaezebrouck went to KRC Genk. He was fired as coach of KRC Genk on 29 November 2009. At that time, Genk was 12th in the ranking after 16 games. His successor was Franky Vercauteren . In June 2010, Vanhaezebrouck decided to return to KV Kortrijk for the 2010–11 season. The team finished tenth in the rankings.