Monday, July 24, 2017


The name 'Belgium' comes from Gallia Belgica, a Roman province in a remote southern area of ​​Gaulia inhabited by Belgae, a mixture of ethnic Kelt and Germans. From history, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg are known as the Lower Countries, which formerly occupy a larger area of ​​the Benelux Group of countries today. From the Middle Ages to the 17th century, the area has become the center of commerce and culture. From the 16th century until the Belgian revolution that took place in 1830, there were many civil wars over European powers and often occurred in the Belgian area, causing it to be dubbed the "War of Europe.
And now Belgium has commemorated the inauguration of King Leopold I, the first King of Belgians. Leopold of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, a German prince, embraced the role of his kingdom on June 26, 1831, and pledged to be faithful to a new country a few weeks later, on 21 July. Belgium has been ruled by various foreign countries for centuries, including Spain and France. It also persisted in the Dutch Period (1815 - 1830) under King William I, a strong industrialist advocate, before finally achieving his longing for independence from the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
Belgium National Day is a lively public holiday celebrated with military parades, airborne air demonstrations, and free concerts, completed with fireworks. Some Belgians also show their national pride by dressed in red, yellow and black, the colors of the State flag.
Happy birthday, Belgium                                              

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Ditulis Oleh : Unknown // July 24, 2017

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