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Brussels was originally a Flemish city, but the influence of French has always been strongest here, and only a tenth of the population speak Dutch.
The language spoken in Flanders is Dutch, which is commonly called Flemish.
The two main rivers are the Schelde and the Meuse, both of which begin in France and flow toward the Netherlands. Flanders (northern part of the country) is less hilly than Wallonia (southern part).
The German-speaking population lives at the borders with Germany and Luxembourg.
The percentage of noncitizens in the population is high at 15 percent nationally and 28 percent in Brussels. The main languages are Dutch and French; they are also the joint official languages.
Although German is also recognized as the third national language, it is not used frequently in the national administration.
Through education and social promotion, French replaced the local dialects in Wallonia and Brussels, but it was not as widely adopted in Flanders.
The national anthem, the Brabançonne , is not taught in schools and not widely known.
Certain nationalities are stereotypically presented as inherently "sexier" than others, to those not of that nationality.