Namur (city)

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Sambre River in Namur center

Namur (Walloon: Nameûr, Dutch: Namen) is a city in Belgium. It is both the capital of the province with the same name, as well as of Wallonia, one of the three administrative regions of Belgium. It is in the French-speaking part of Belgium.

In 2012, there were 112'246 people in Namur.[1]

Namur is at 50° 27 North, 04° 51 East.[2]

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  1. Chiffre global de la population par commune - Situation au 1er mai 2011 (.pdf)
  2. Geografische coördinaten van de gemeenten (.xls)