Belgium in Pictures
Belgium in Pictures is a collection of pictures that I have taken during my visits to
Belgium. I have tried to photograph cities which frequently occur in my family tree. Belgium in
Pictures lists all of the individual pictures. I have also included all of the pictures for a given city
under the name of that city.
All of the pictures were taken with a digital camera using a resolution of 640x480. For use on
my internet site most of the pictures were reduced to a resolution of 320x240. Some were
cropped and as a result the resolution may be less.
Grerz-Doiceau was formed by joining the two villages of Grez and Doiceau. The center of Grez-Doiceau
is actaully the old village of Grez.
Hamme-Mille was formed by joining the two villages of Hamme and Mille. The center of Hamme-Mille
is actaully the old village of Hamme.
The center of Barvaux-Condroz is located at a four way intersection. One the road leading out of the
intersection is for local traffic only.
There is a single main road leading into Méan. We parked in front of the church which is across
the street from the cemetary.
- Church (09/27/99)
- Intersection as seen from the front of the church (09/27/99)
- Road leading towards the cemetary (09/27/99)
- Road for "local traffic" (09/27/99)
- Road across from the "local traffic" road (09/27/99)
- Cemetary Gate (09/27/99)
- Cemetary left side (09/27/99)
- Cemetary right side (09/27/99)
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