Synonyms for helchteren or Related words with helchteren

houthalen              rijkevorsel              wingene              neerpelt              ternat              zonhoven              moorsele              wuustwezel              londerzeel              spouwen              vosselaar              stekene              nijlen              dikkelvenne              berlare              waarschoot              riemst              arendonk              holsbeek              gingelom              merchtem              lovendegem              zingem              oostrozebeke              zwevezele              yvoir              temse              vorselaar              betekom              oostkamp              zwevegem              zoersel              wervik              maasmechelen              kortemark              herent              rheden              dilbeek              lichtervelde              kalmthout              haaksbergen              kasterlee              ronse              goirle              wielsbeke              sprimont              brasschaat              heiloo              grimbergen              dilsen             

Examples of "helchteren"
Houthalen-Helchteren is a municipality located in the Belgian province of Limburg. Houthalen-Helchteren consists of: Houthalen-centrum, Houthalen-Oost, Helchteren, Sonnis, Laak, Meulenberg and Lillo. On January 1, 2006, Houthalen-Helchteren had a total population of around 31.000. The total area is 78.27 km² which gives a population density of 383 inhabitants per km².
Helchteren could have become famous in 1702 when, during the War of the Spanish Succession, a French Army under Boufflers faced an alliance army under Marlborough. A battle could have ensued, but instead it came to the not so famous cannonade of Helchteren. The cannonade itself is however a seldom occurring event in military history.
Francesco Ferdinando Christian Carratta (born 17 August 1987 in Houthalen-Helchteren) is a Belgian footballer of Italian descent, who plays for KSK Hasselt.
Four teams from the Belgian Third Amateur Division (level 5) had managed to progress to this round but were all eliminated at this point: Francs Borains, Helchteren, Rebecq and Turnhout.
It is both an administrative and a judicial arrondissement. However, the Judicial Arrondissement of Hasselt also comprises the municipalities of Lommel, Hamont-Achel, Neerpelt, Overpelt, Hechtel-Eksel, Peer and Houthalen-Helchteren in the Arrondissement of Maaseik.
The Telenet Trophy was a golf tournament on the Challenge Tour, Europe's second tier men's professional golf tour. It was first played in 2006, with the host course being alternated between Limburg Golf & Country Club in Houthalen-Helchteren, Royal Waterloo in Lasne, Rinkven Golf Club in Anvers, and Ravenstein Royal GC in Tervuren. It was last played in 2013.
Helchteren is located near the watershed between the Meuse and the Scheldt. In the immediate vicinity the Dommel (which flows to the Meuse near Den Bosch), the Grote Nete (which flows to the Scheldt) and the Neer (that joins the Meuse just south of Roermond) all originate.
In the middle of September 2000, Vervoort left Milk Inc. and moved to Ibiza with her boyfriend Patrick Claesen (alias Pat Krimson) producer of 2Fabiola, Nunca and Leopold 3, where they founded the record label, Beni Musa Records. Vervoort was replaced by Linda Mertens. On 22 April 2010, Vervoort was found dead at her house in Houthalen-Helchteren. According to the newspaper "Het Laatste Nieuws", an amount of alcohol and drugs were involved.
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Nemo is a former Belgian rock band which was popular in the nineties. The group was founded in 1991 in Houthalen-Helchteren. In 1992 they took part in Humo's Rock Rally. They reached the finals, but ultimately ended in the top three. In 1993 they released their debut album "Nemo". Singer Peter Houben had with Mauro Pawlowski the side project Mitsoobishy Jacson. Drummer Herman Houbrechts was also active in Dead Man Ray, the former group of Daan Stuyven. He also designs album covers. In 1997 changed the members of the group. Pascal Deweze of Metal Molly joined the group along with Bert Maes. In 1998 they released their last album, "Kiss Me, You Fool". From this album, "StarSign" was issued as single, also the last single from the band.
After a night move, and an unprecedented advance of 60 miles in one day, the Division liberated Amiens on 1 September. The same day, it captured General Eberbach, commander of the "Wehrmacht"'s German 7th Army. Advancing to Lens, then Tournai, the Division was then committed to the fight for Antwerp, which it liberated on 4 September. Two days later, it tried to establish a bridgehead over the Albert Canal, but the attempt, due to intense enemy fire, was not successful. After this failure, 11th Armoured had to cross much further to the east, at Beringen. It then advanced to Helchteren, Peer, Bree, and cleared the area between the Albert Canal and the Maas up to 12 September. The Division was then rested for a week.
In the Campine there are still a number of bunches, marshes, heathlands and pastures. Large areas of the region were also covered with pine which was used in the coalmines of Wallonia and Limburg. The first pine in the Campine was sown in the "Gierlebos" in Vosselaar by Adriaan Ghys for Amalia van Solms in 1667. Where the Campine, up to around 1960 includes mainly heathland, oak grove and marsh, these were modified by heavy fertilisation and building activities and were gradually changed into a rather small-scale landscape. Here and there still up to several dozens acres of large heathland - and forests, such as the Kalmthoutse Heide (E: Kalmthout heathland) at Kalmthout, Belgium, the "De Maten" in Genk, "De Zegge" (Geel), "Zwart Water" (Lichtaart), the "Zwart Water" moors (Turnhout), the "Liereman" (Oud-Turnhout) and the Prinsenpark (Retie). The natural reserves "De Teut" in Zonhoven and "Ter Haagdoornheide" in Houthalen-Helchteren and the "Nationaal Park Hoge Kempen". At the border with Belgium in the Dutch part of Campine near Bladel there is natural landscape area with heathland such as Cartierheide and "De Pals" and "Kroonvense Heide". To the North, the area between Boxtel and Oisterwijk is called "Kampina". In a number of villages one can still see the typical Campine "langgevelboerderijen" (E: "long facade farms").