Moorslede

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Coat of arms of Moorslede
Saint Martin Church

Moorslede is a municipality in the Belgian province of West Flanders. Moorslede comprises the towns of Dadizele and Moorslede itself.

In 2007, 10697 people lived there.[1]

It is at 50° 53 North, 03° 03 East.[2]

Personality[change | edit source]

Constant Lievens (1856-1893), the apostle of the Chota Nagpur, was born in Moorslede.

History[change | edit source]

The 1950 World Cycling Championshipwas held in Moorslede and was won by Briek Schotte.

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