Definition of Flanders in English:

Flanders

Line breaks: Flan|ders
Pronunciation: /ˈflɑːndəz
 
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A region in the south-western part of the Low Countries, now divided between Belgium (where it forms the provinces of East and West Flanders), France, and the Netherlands. It was a powerful medieval principality and the scene of prolonged fighting during the First World War.

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