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Leuven is a town of about 85,000 people and the capital and biggest city of the province of Flemish Brabant. in the Flemish region of Belgium. In Belgium the city is best known for it's university wich is the oldest of the country.[1] The city is also known for the AB Inbev brewery, the biggest brewer of the world with its headquarters in Leuven.[2] It also has the highest density of church bells in Europe. It also had the first Christian medical school, dating from the Middle Ages.


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