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'''North Brabant''' is one of the provinces of the [[Netherlands]]. As there is no ''south Brabant'' in the Netherlands, it is often referred to as ''Brabant'': the southern part of the former ''duchy of Brabant'' (including the important cities of [[Antwerp]] and  [[Louvain]]) now belongs to Belgium. While [[Eindhoven]] is the biggest city in North Brabant, its capital is [['s-Hertogenbosch]].
 
'''North Brabant''' is one of the provinces of the [[Netherlands]]. As there is no ''south Brabant'' in the Netherlands, it is often referred to as ''Brabant'': the southern part of the former ''duchy of Brabant'' (including the important cities of [[Antwerp]] and  [[Louvain]]) now belongs to Belgium. While [[Eindhoven]] is the biggest city in North Brabant, its capital is [['s-Hertogenbosch]].
  
 
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Revision as of 21:45, 25 June 2012

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North Brabant is one of the provinces of the Netherlands. As there is no south Brabant in the Netherlands, it is often referred to as Brabant: the southern part of the former duchy of Brabant (including the important cities of Antwerp and Louvain) now belongs to Belgium. While Eindhoven is the biggest city in North Brabant, its capital is 's-Hertogenbosch.

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