Synonyms for waarschoot or Related words with waarschoot

gingelom              zingem              rijkevorsel              herent              herzele              heldergem              gruitrode              laarne              wingene              waasmunster              berlaar              wachtebeke              boortmeerbeek              herselt              dentergem              houtem              ternat              halderberge              rijnwaarden              haaltert              assenede              helkijn              uithuizen              anzegem              lovendegem              spiere              oostkamp              helchteren              lichtervelde              gulpen              hoeselt              holsbeek              vosselaar              noorbeek              oostrozebeke              dilsen              wuustwezel              kaprijke              mheer              heiloo              utrechtse              wichelen              beernem              dikkelvenne              nijlen              kalmthout              scharwoude              booischot              lontzen              brummen             



Examples of "waarschoot"
Waarschoot () is a municipality located in the Flemish province of East Flanders, in Belgium. The municipality comprises the towns of Waarschoot proper. On January 1, 2006, Waarschoot had a total population of 7,805. The total area is 21.91 km² which gives a population density of 356 inhabitants per km².
Waarschoot is a railway station in Waarschoot, East Flanders, Belgium. The station opened on 25 June 1861 on the Line 58. The train services are operated by NMBS/SNCB.
Raymond Decorte (Waarschoot, 17 March 1898 — Waarschoot, 30 March 1972) was a Belgian professional road bicycle racer. In the 1927 Tour de France, he won two stages and finished 11th in the general classification.
Van de Veire grew up in the town of Waarschoot. After attaining a degree in communications management, he briefly sold vacuum cleaners door-to-door.
By law of 16 July 1991, experiments with electronic voting were carried out for the first time in Belgium during these elections, specifically in the canton of Verlaine (province of Liège) and the canton of Waarschoot (province of East Flanders).
Sleen was inspired by the castle "Hof ter Brugge" in Erps-Kwerps and the nickname for castle "Onze-Lieve-Vrouw ten Hove" in Waarschoot, which was literally called "Het Rattenkasteel".
The Arrondissement of Ghent was created in 1800 as the first arrondissement in the Department of Escaut (). It originally comprised the cantons of Deinze, Eeklo, Evergem, Ghent, Kruishoutem, Lochristi, Nazareth, Nevele, Oosterzele, Waarschoot and Zomergem. In 1803, the canton of Eeklo was merged with the Arrondissement of Sas-van-Gent to form the Arrondissement of Eeklo. The canton of Kruishoutem was ceded to the Arrondissement of Oudenaarde in 1818.
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