Synonyms for bertrix or Related words with bertrix
Examples of "bertrix"
is home to the NATO reserve Jehonville Air Base.
The municipality consists of the following sub-municipalities:
proper, Auby-sur-Semois, Cugnon, Jehonville, and Orgeo. Other population centers include:
This table shows an overview of the protected heritage sites in the Walloon town
. This list is part of Belgium's national heritage.
From the third division B, Virton qualified as the winner of period 1,
qualified as the 3rd-placed team in the final table and Zaventem as the 4th-placed team. The champion Woluwe had won periods 2 and 3. However,
did not apply for the remunerated football license and was replaced for the play-offs by Union, the 5th-placed team in the final table.
(Walloon: "Bietris") is a Walloon municipality of Belgium located in the province of Luxembourg. On 1 January 2007 the municipality, which covers 137.7 km², had 8,164 inhabitants, giving a population density of 59.3 inhabitants per km².
railway station, in the east of the town, has regular train services to Libramont, Dinant and Virton. On week-days trains run via Virton and Aubange to Arlon.
Jehonville Air Base is a NATO reserve airfield located in Jehonville, a municipality in
, Belgium. It is operated by the Belgian Air Component even though there are no regular operations at that field.
the artillery of the 33rd Division was destroyed and against number of German casualties, which were noted as greater than all of the casualties in the Franco-Prussian War.
The Duchy of Bouillon was a sovereign duchy until 1795. In 1789, it had a population of 2,500. The largest town was Bouillon, situated on the Semois. It also consisted of the surrounding villages: Sugny, Corbion, Alle, Rochehaut, Ucimont, Botassart, Sensenruth, Noirefontaine,[Gros-Fays, Fays-les-Veneurs,
, Carlsbourg, Paliseul, Jehonville, Opont, Anloy, Porcheresse, Gembes, Gedinne, Sart-Custinne]], and Tellin.
Lefranc moved to French side Etoile FC in 2011 who played in the Singapore S.League where he scored 3 goals in 25 games for them. After one season he was released and then moved back to Belgium to sign for RE
in 2012. After one season at RE
he was signed by Luxembourg side SR Delémont in 2013. He was there until July 2015 when he was loaned out to FC Jeunesse Canach, then of the Luxembourg Ehrenpromotion where he scored 9 goals in 19 games and helped the team finish 3rd to earn promotion back to the Luxembourg National Division at the end of the 2015/16 season. After his loan spell finished FC Jeunesse Canach signed Lefranc on a contract until 2019.
Pierlot was born in Cugnon, a small village between
and Bouillon, in the Belgian Province of Luxembourg on 23 December 1883. His parents belonged to an eminent and wealthy Catholic family which was part of the Belgian conservative establishment. His brother, Jean Pierlot, would later become a member of the Belgian Resistance during the war and died in a German concentration camp in 1944.
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