What Geographical Features Make Up Belgium?


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Belgium is a western European country that borders the North Sea and shares its borders with France, Luxemburg and Netherlands. It has a total area of 33,990 kmĀ². The land of Belgium can be divided into three main types; coastal plains, the central plateau and Ardennes up lands.

  • The costal plains: These are in the North West and consist of sand dunes and the polders that are the areas that have been reclaimed from the sea.

  • The central Plateau: Is a very smooth but slowly rising surface that is irrigated by many rivers and has many fertile valleys.

  • The Ardennes: Is a rugged terrain that also has some thick forests and is the home to wildlife of Belgium.

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