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Hasselt, Groenplein
Belgien

When facing to the north, you can see a building with stairs and some flags mounted on the windows; this is the town hall of Hasselt. The building on the right side is a large part of the administrative center.

Almost all buildings you can see when heading south, are restaurants or cafes. In fact, there are many restaurants and drinking facilities surrounding the town hall of Hasselt. At last, it's the capital of Taste! (As stated in the Dutch slogan: "Hasselt, hoofdstad van de Smaak".)

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Hochgeladen: 29/03/2011
Aktualisiert: 14/08/2014
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