by students De Regenboog, Sint-Truiden. Belgium is located in the centre of Europe. Here you see a map of Belgium on which you can see very clearly the language frontier, because in Belgium they speak three languages: Dutch (yellow), French (light green) and German (dark green).
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Here you see a map of Belgium on which you can see very clearly the language frontier, because in Belgium they speak three languages: Dutch (yellow), French (light green) and German (dark green)
Brussels is in the centre of Belgium. In Brussels they speak two languages, Dutch and French
In this building in Brussels, the European Parlement, the top of the European Union discusses about lots of problems in Europe.
Herman Van Rompuy, president of the European Council
This is the King Boudewijnstadium (formely known as the Heizel stadium) with the Atomium in the background.
Our king is King Albert II. His wife is Queen Paola. They have 3 children : 1 girl and 2 boys.
This is the castle of Rullingen, it is located nearby Sint-Truiden.
In the Ardennes you can climb, it is very nice for walking and there are spectacular views.
This is the abbey tower. Earlier there was a tip on it, but this was destroyed by a fire. Not so long ago the tower was renovated. You can climb the tower and you can visit the crypt beneath it.
1st year : orientation phase
2nd and 3rd : educational phase
4th and 5th : qualification phase
6th : alternative vocational training
ABO = 2 days school, 3 days work training
for the eldery
Paramedics : speech therapists, kinetherapists, ortho-educationist
External and boarding school (in collaboration with
Tuinbouwschool Sint-Truiden, Abdij-internaat Sint-Truiden, Aloysius
Since September 2005 : integrated education guidance
(GON) for young people with autism attending mainstream