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    Belgium, otherwise known as the Kingdom of Belgium, is located in Northwestern Europe. Holding a population of over 11 million, Belgium is the 22nd most densely populated country in the world, and the 6th in Europe. The most populated city is Brussels, which is also the capital of Belgium. Other major cities within Belgium are Antwerp, Ghent, Charleroi, Liège, Bruges, Namur, and Leauven. Belgium was established in 1830, following the Belgian Revolution. Currently, Belgium is a constitutional popular monarchy as well as a parliamentary democracy. As of now, the King of Belgium is Philippe, who has served since 2013. The current prime minister is Alexander de Croo, serving since 2020.

    Belgium is a well developed country, with the total fertility rate being 1.64 children per woman. Along with this, the annual population growth is very low, with birth rates and immigration only slightly exceeding death rates and emmigration. It is estimated that the literacy rate amongst adults is 99%. Belgium has a relatively older population, with an average age of around 41.6 years old. Along with this, the average life expectancy within Belgium is around 79.2 years old for men, to 83.7 years old for women.

    The climate within Belgium is known as maritime temperate, meaning that mild summers occur as well as cool winters. There is a significant amount of precipitation in all seasons during Belgium, which is very common for countries within Northwestern Europe. The average high temperature is around 64.4 degrees Fahrenheit, and the average low is 37.4 degrees Fahrenheit. Some of the most common animals found throughout Belgium are wild boars, wildcats, deer, and pheasant. There is also a great number of birds that can be found within the Belgian region. Throughout the years, the animal population within Belgium has been greatly reduced due to human actions.

    Belgium is made up of three regions: the Flemish region, the Walloon region, and the Brussels Capital region. The Flemish and Walloon region are the only regions within Belgium that are divided up into provinces. The provinces located within the Flemish region are Antwerp, East Flanders, Flemish Brabant, Limburg, and West Flanders. The five provinces within the Walloon region are Hainaut, Liège, Luxembourg, Namur, and Walloon Brabant. The most populated province is Antwerp, and the least populated province is Luxembourg.

    Belgium holds a very rich history within the fine arts. Many art movements within history have been started in Belgium, such as the Mosan art, the Flemish renaissance, and Baroque painting. Along with this, many architectural trends can be traced back to the Belgian region, such as Gothic, Renaissance, Romanesque, and Baroque architecture. Belgium is also home to numerous different styles of literary works. One of the most respected styles of literary works is actually the comic strip. Did you know that The Smurfs franchise originates from Belgium? Pierre Culliford, also known by his pseudonym Peyo, is the creator, and was born in Schaerbeek, Belgium. Another comic series that owes its start from Belgium is the Adventures of Tintin.

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    Old Maps of Belgium
    Explore our collection of vintage Belgium maps.

    Belgium, otherwise known as the Kingdom of Belgium, is located in Northwestern Europe. Holding a population of over 11 million, Belgium is the 22nd most densely populated country in the world, and the 6th in Europe. The most populated city is Brussels, which is also the capital of Belgium. Other major cities within Belgium are Antwerp, Ghent, Charleroi, Liège, Bruges, Namur, and Leauven. Belgium was established in 1830, following the Belgian Revolution. Currently, Belgium is a constitutional popular monarchy as well as a parliamentary democracy. As of now, the King of Belgium is Philippe, who has served since 2013. The current prime minister is Alexander de Croo, serving since 2020.

    Belgium is a well developed country, with the total fertility rate being 1.64 children per woman. Along with this, the annual population growth is very low, with birth rates and immigration only slightly exceeding death rates and emmigration. It is estimated that the literacy rate amongst adults is 99%. Belgium has a relatively older population, with an average age of around 41.6 years old. Along with this, the average life expectancy within Belgium is around 79.2 years old for men, to 83.7 years old for women.

    The climate within Belgium is known as maritime temperate, meaning that mild summers occur as well as cool winters. There is a significant amount of precipitation in all seasons during Belgium, which is very common for countries within Northwestern Europe. The average high temperature is around 64.4 degrees Fahrenheit, and the average low is 37.4 degrees Fahrenheit. Some of the most common animals found throughout Belgium are wild boars, wildcats, deer, and pheasant. There is also a great number of birds that can be found within the Belgian region. Throughout the years, the animal population within Belgium has been greatly reduced due to human actions.

    Belgium is made up of three regions: the Flemish region, the Walloon region, and the Brussels Capital region. The Flemish and Walloon region are the only regions within Belgium that are divided up into provinces. The provinces located within the Flemish region are Antwerp, East Flanders, Flemish Brabant, Limburg, and West Flanders. The five provinces within the Walloon region are Hainaut, Liège, Luxembourg, Namur, and Walloon Brabant. The most populated province is Antwerp, and the least populated province is Luxembourg.

    Belgium holds a very rich history within the fine arts. Many art movements within history have been started in Belgium, such as the Mosan art, the Flemish renaissance, and Baroque painting. Along with this, many architectural trends can be traced back to the Belgian region, such as Gothic, Renaissance, Romanesque, and Baroque architecture. Belgium is also home to numerous different styles of literary works. One of the most respected styles of literary works is actually the comic strip. Did you know that The Smurfs franchise originates from Belgium? Pierre Culliford, also known by his pseudonym Peyo, is the creator, and was born in Schaerbeek, Belgium. Another comic series that owes its start from Belgium is the Adventures of Tintin.

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