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- [ˈlɪmbʊɐ̯ɡɪʃ], French: Limbourgeois [lɛ̃buʁʒwa]), also called Limburgan, Limburgian, or Limburgic, is a group of East Low Franconian varieties spoken in the...
- other Entertainment, arts Sports (List of famous Belgian Limburgians: Famous Limburgians (Belgium)) In 2012, from April 5 to October 7 the ten yearly...
- the Haspengouw which is famous for being the fruit basket of Belgium. Limburgian Cuisine is shaped by the practice of fishing on its rivers (most notably...
- Beer in the Netherlands is known for the pale lagers, especially Heineken and Grolsch that are consumed globally. Grolsch is the leading import lager in...
- Limburg mijn Vaderland ("Limburg my Fatherland") is the official anthem of the two provinces of Limburg, Netherlands Limburg and Belgian Limburg. The anthem...
- This is the list of the different language editions of Wikipedia; as of October 2018[update] there are 301 Wikipedias of which 291 are active and 10 are...
- Zoervleis or Zoervleisj (Limburgian for sour meat, in Dutch: Zuurvlees) is a regional meat dish from the Province of Limburg, a region split between the...
- provinces in Germany, the Netherlands and Wallonia. Essential elements in Limburgian culture are: Music (many places have their own br****-band;From 1965 until...
- Nonnevot is a Limburgian pastry dating back to the 17th century. Hailing from the town of Sittard, the pastry has traditionally been ****ociated with carnival...
- Flemish South Guelderish (Kleverlands) Rivierenlands Liemers Nijmeegs North Limburgian Brabantian Northwest Brabantian Central north Brabantian East Brabantian...
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