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  1. West Flanders is the only Belgian province that borders both France and The Netherlands; it is the only province not landlocked. Economy. The Gross domestic product. In the north of the province, most industry is concentrated in and around the cities of Bruges and Ostend.

    • 3,197 km² (1,234 sq mi)
    • Belgium
  2. West Flanders is the only Belgian province that borders both France and The Netherlands. The province has an area of 3,197 km 2 (1,234 sq mi). In terms of area, it is the largest province in the Flemish Region and the fifth largest in Belgium.

  3. › wiki › FlandersFlanders - Wikipedia

    Geographically, Flanders is mainly flat, and has a small section of coast on the North Sea. It borders the French department of Nord to the south-west near the coast, the Dutch provinces of Zeeland, North Brabant and Limburg to the north and east, and the Walloon provinces of Hainaut, Walloon Brabant and Liège to the south.

    • 13,624 km² (5,260 sq mi)
    • Belgium
    • 862–1795
    • BE-VLG
  4. The County of Flanders was created in the year 862 as a feudal fief in West Francia, the predecessor of the Kingdom of France. After a period of growing power within France, it was divided when its western districts fell under French rule in the late 12th century, with the remaining parts of Flanders came under the rule of the counts ...

  5. La provincia de Flandes Occidental (en neerlandés: West-Vlaanderen, en francés: Flandre occidentale) es la más occidental de las provincias belgas. Su capital es la ciudad de Brujas (neerlandés: Brugge).

  6. Flandes, a veces llamada Flandres (en neerlandés: Vlaanderen, en alemán: Flandern ), es una región de Europa Occidental que comprende principalmente la mitad septentrional de la actual Bélgica, aunque también partes adyacentes de las vecinas Francia y Países Bajos. La lengua mayoritaria de sus habitantes es el neerlandés en su variedad flamenca.