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Hasselt, Kolonel Dusartplein
Belgium

This is the "Kolonel Dusartplein", one of the largest squares in Hasselt. It is split up by the inner ring ("kleine ring") also known as the Green Boulevard ("Groene Boulevard").

In the northwest direction you can see a part of the city library, next to the metal statue.

If you look into the southwest direction, you'll see a few cafes side by side that are most popular among the young people of Hasselt and surrounding.

Below this entire square and also behind the little fair northeastward, there are parkinglots.

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Uploaded: 23/03/2011
Updated: 14/08/2014
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