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Like in so many of the countries of northern Europe, the history of Jews in Belgium is one that’s at once enthralling and tumultuous, illuminating in its inseparability from the country’s own political and cultural makeup, and often baffling it its utter complexity.

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Today the quaint and unassuming quiet town of Bastogne stands as something more of a monument to the region’s tumultuous past than as a worthy touristic destination on the Luxembourg border trail.

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Belgium is divided by two major European river basins. Their tributaries form a large network of canals and waterways, passing over big and small towns of the country.

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