20 Questions about Belgium

Can you answer these 20 questions on different topics, but all related to Belgium?
Question 19: by 'bravest', he meant that the Belgians were the most barbaric of all
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Last updated: January 9, 2023
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What city is described as the Venice of the North?
What famous Belgian surrealistic painter is known for its apples and bowler hats?
René Magritte
What is the name of the big forest in the southeastern part of Belgium?
From what country did Belgium gain its independence?
The Netherlands
Can you name one of the three official languages of Belgium?
Dutch, French and German
What potato dish originates from Belgium?
(French) fries
What African country was a private state of the Belgian King (1885-1908) and a Belgian colony (1908-1960)?
D.R. Congo
What Belgian city hosts the second largest port of Europe?
What is the biggest cycling race in Belgium?
Tour of Flanders
What happened on 22th March 2016?
Terrorist attacks in Brussels
What type of state is Belgium?
Federal State
What is the name of the Belgian singer with songs as 'Papaoutai' and 'Formidable'?
Which soccer club is the most successful club of Belgium?
RSC Anderlecht
Can you name one of the two major regions of Belgium?
Flanders & Wallonia
What is the tallest building in Belgium?
South Tower in Saint-Gilles
What international organisation has its headquarters in Belgium?
European Union
What is the most common name for Belgian Kings?
What sea does Belgium border?
North Sea
Who wrote in 'De Bello Galico' that the Belgians were the bravest people of all gauls?
Julius Caesar
What is the name of the Belgian explorer who survided on the south pole from 1897-1899?
Adrien de Gerlache
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