Mons

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The central square and town hall of Mons with the belfry in the background

Mons is a town in Belgium. It is in the Walloon part of Belgium where French is spoken. In Flemish it is called Bergen (The French word "Mons" and the Flemish word "Bergen" both mean "Mountains").

In 2007, 91,196 people lived there.[1]

It is at 50° 27 North, 03° 56 East.[2]

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