Synonyms for waremme or Related words with waremme

libramont              ciney              bertrix              florenville              soignies              virton              ottignies              houffalize              lessines              wervik              vielsalm              yvoir              lontzen              brugelette              sprimont              frameries              profondeville              wezembeek              wingene              gedinne              aubange              welkenraedt              andenne              warneton              aywaille              fauvillers              lichtervelde              veurne              couvin              stekene              durbuy              raeren              zingem              wuustwezel              ohey              diksmuide              hollogne              beauraing              oppem              tamines              ternat              rumbeke              rocourt              jemeppe              jemelle              tielt              bertogne              walhain              fernelmont              attert             

Examples of "waremme"
The Waremme administrative district was created in 1821 by joining the cantons of Avennes and Landen (taken from Huy) and the canton of Waremme (taken from Liège).
The municipality of Waremme includes the following villages: Bettincourt (), Bleret, Bovenistier, Grand-Axhe, Lantermange, and Oleye ().
Marc Streel (born 12 August 1971 in Waremme) is a former Belgian racing cyclist.
The Administrative Arrondissement of Waremme consists of the following communes and sections:
Places through which the Jeker passes are among others Waremme, Tongeren, Kanne, (all three in Belgium) and Maastricht.
Maurice Maréchal (Waremme, Belgium, 6 June 1922 – Polleur, Belgium – 21 March 2008) was a Belgian comics artist, best known for the series "Prudence Petitpas".
This table shows an overview of the protected heritage sites in the Walloon town Waremme. This list is part of Belgium's national heritage.
Bettincourt (in Walloon "Betincoû ", in Dutch "Bettenhoven") is part of the Belgian municipality of Waremme, located in Wallonia in the Province of Liège.
It is both an administrative and a judicial arrondissement. However, the Judicial Arrondissement of Liège also comprises the municipalities of Berloz, Crisnée, Donceel, Faimes, Fexhe-le-Haut-Clocher, Geer, Oreye, Remicourt and Waremme in the Arrondissement of Waremme. The municipality of Comblain-au-Pont, even though it is a part of the Administrative Arrondissement of Liège, is not a part of the Judicial Arrondissement of Liège, but of the Judicial Arrondissement of Huy.
Despite being an imperial supporter in the Investiture Controversy, he built up his diocese by acquisitions (e.g. of Waremme in 1078, Donceel). Internally he operated as guardian of the Peace of God from 1081, and instituted a court system.
The Arrondissement of Waremme (; ) is one of the four administrative arrondissements in the Province of Liège, Belgium. Its size is and its population on 1 January 2015 was 78,851 people.
Jean-François de Sart (born 18 December 1961 at Waremme) is a former Belgian football player. He is the former coach of the Belgium national under-21 football team and has last worked as Director of football for Standard Liège
Several findings were unearthed near Waremme containing remnants of Neolithic and Bronze Age settlements. The main Roman road linking Bavai to Cologne passed right through the territory. Tumuli and Roman villas were found nearby. Romans have also left a horse burial.
Waremme () is a Walloon municipality located in the province of Liège, in Belgium. The city is located on the River Geer (), in the loessic Hesbaye region. The economy is based on the cultivation of cereals and sugar beet, and on the food industry.
In 1559 its 1,636 parishes were grouped into eight archdeaconries, and twenty-eight councils, ' (deaneries). The most important cities (') of the bishopric were: Liège, Beringen, Bilzen, Borgloon, Bree, Châtelet, Ciney, Couvin, Dinant, Fosses-la-Ville, Hamont, Hasselt, Herk-de-Stad, Huy, Maaseik, Peer, Sint-Truiden, Stokkem, Thuin, Tongeren, Verviers, Visé and Waremme.
The 2015 Tour de Wallonie was a five-stage men's professional road cycling race. It was the forty-second running of the Tour de Wallonie. The race started on 25 July in Frasnes-lez-Anvaing, finishing on 29 July in Waremme. The race was won by Niki Terpstra of .
After 1960, he was more and more interested in natural sciences. He became an expert on trilobite fossils and on wildflowers in the Alps. He died in Waremme, Belgium at the age of 100. The "Nature" obituary noted that Rasetti was one of the "most prolific generalists" whose "work and writing are noted for the elegance, simplicity and beauty".
The Catholics continued their gains, after the 1884 elections that gave them a victory over the Liberals. With the defeat of the Liberals by the Catholics in the eight-member arrondissement of Ghent, the Catholics now had all "Flemish" seats. Catholics also gained both seats of the arrondissement of Waremme and two out of seven in the arrondissement of Charleroi.
It is both an administrative and a judicial arrondissement. However, the Judicial Arrondissement of Huy also comprises the municipalities of Braives, Hannut, Lincent, Saint-Georges-sur-Meuse en Wasseiges in the Arrondissement of Waremme, and Comblain-au-Pont in the Arrondissement of Liège.
The Hesbaye (French), or Haspengouw (Dutch, in ) is a geophysical region in Belgium, mainly defining the southern part of the province of Limburg. Other parts are also found in neighbouring provinces: northwestern Liège, southeastern Flemish Brabant and northeastern Walloon Brabant. The Limburgish portion consists the cities of Tongeren, Sint-Truiden, Bilzen and Borgloon, the Flemish Brabant portion includes Tienen, Landen and Zoutleeuw, the Walloon Brabant portion includes Jodoigne and in Liège the towns Hannut and Waremme.