Flemish language

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Flemish is a Dutch dialect cluster spoken in Flanders: in dark green, the northern part of Belgium

Flemish is a cluster of Dutch dialects spoken by people in the Flanders region of Belgium. Dutch became the official language of the northern part of Belgium in 1938.[1]

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  1. "Dutch language". Britannica Online. Retrieved April 16, 2009.