1911 Encyclop%C3%A6dia Britannica/Namur (province)
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1911 Encyclop%C3%A6dia Britannica/Namur Province

NAMUR, one of the nine provinces of Belgium. It lies between Hainaut on the one side and Liége and Luxemburg on the other, and extends from Brabant up the Meuse valley to the French frontier. Area, 1414 sq. m.; pop. (1904) 357,759. The part north of the Meuse is very fertile, but the rest is covered with forest and is little suited for agriculture. There are a few iron and coal-mines between the Sambre and Meuse, and the quarries are of great importance. Arboriculture, and especially fruit-tree plantation, is on the increase. The province is divided into the three arrondissements of Namur, Dinant and Philippeville, and there are fifteen cantons for judicial purposes.



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