Limburg Province

Limburg is the easternmost province of Flanders and is located west of the Maas River. It covers an area of 930 sq mi (2,409 sq km). It borders on the Dutch provinces of North Brabant and the Belgian provinces of Liege, Flemish Brabant and Antwerp. Its capital is Hasselt and other major cities are Tongeren and Sint-Truiden.

Geography

Belgian Limburg is crossed by the Albert Canal and has historically been a major coal-mining area. North of the Albert Canal and the river Demer, is the Campine region, with sandy soils, bush, forests and the coal-mining area. South of the Albert Canal and the river Demer, is the Hesbaye region which is largely agricultural producing dairy products, fruit, grains, and sugar beets as well as market garden produce.

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The following areas apply:

  1. Alken
  2. As
  3. Beringen
  4. Bilzen
  5. Bocholt
  6. Borgloon
  7. Bree
  8. Diepenbeek
  9. Dilsen-Stokkem
  10. Genk
  11. Gingelom
  12. Halen
  13. Ham
  14. Hamont-Achel
  15. Hasselt
  16. Hechtel-Eksel
  17. Heers
  18. Herk-de-Stad
  19. Herstappe
  20. Heusden-Zolder
  21. Hoeselt
  22. Houthalen-Helchteren
  23. Kinrooi
  24. Kortessem
  25. Laneken
  26. Leopoldsburg
  27. Lommel
  28. Lummen
  29. Maaseik
  30. Maasmechelen
  31. Meeuwen-Gruitrode
  32. Neerpelt
  33. Nieuwerkerken
  34. Opglabbeek
  35. Overpelt
  36. Peetr
  37. Riemst
  38. Sint-Truiden
  39. Tessenderlo
  40. Tongeren
  41. Voeren
  42. Wellen
  43. Zonhoven
  44. Zutendaal