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Wallonia is the Dutch speaking region of Belgium.
Belgium has already hosted the Olympics Games.
In 1920, in Antwerp.
Between 2010 and 2011, Belgium didn't have a governement.
Luxembourg is a Belgian province.
And it's also a country.
Napoléon lost his last battle in Antwerp.
It was in Waterloo.
Hercule Poirot, the famous fictional detective, is a French living in Belgium.
He is a Belgian living in England.
There are two official languages in Belgium: French and Dutch.
German is also a Belgian official language: there are three.
Till the 1980's, beer was served during school lunch in Belgium.
European Parliament is located in Brussels.
It's in Strasbourg.
Belgium is a Republic.
There is a King in Belgium: it's a monarchy.
Belgium is part of the Benelux.
Bruges is a kind of city which we sometimes call "Little Paris".
It's a "Little Venice".
The real name of Hergé, the famous comics writter, was Georges Remi.
"Moules-frites" is a typical Belgian dish.
Mussels and fries.
Republic of the Congo is a former Belgian colony.
It was a French one. D.R. Congo was a Belgian colony.
Et merci pour la correction!
It's funny because this one is probably the easiest True or False I made, for me. It probably depends of where we live, and our center of interest. Thanks!
in the first question, Dutch...not Ducth.