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Okapi Aalst

Okapi Aalst is a Belgian professional basketball club from Aalst, Belgium. The club competes in the top tier Pro Basketball League and plays its home games in the Okapi Forum, which has a seating capacity of 2,800 people.

Okapi Aalstar

Okapi Aalstar, for sponsorships reasons named Crelan Okapi Aalstar, is a Belgian professional basketball club from Aalst, Belgium. The club competes in the top tier Pro Basketball League and plays its home games in the Okapi Forum, which has a seating capacity of 2,800 people.

K.R.C. Harelbeke (2016 club)

KRC Harelbeke is a Belgian football club based in Harelbeke, West Flanders. It is the result of the merger between the former club with the same name K.R.C. Zuid-West-Vlaanderen and K.S.V. Ingelmunster in 2002.

K.R.C. Zuid-West-Vlaanderen

Koninklijke Racing Club Zuid-West-Vlaanderen was a Belgian football club from the municipality of Harelbeke, West Flanders from 1930 to 2002. It played one spell in the first division from 1995 to 2001.

Aalst, Belgium
Aalst, Belgium

Aalst is a city and municipality on the Dender River, 31 kilometres (19 mi) northwest from Brussels in the Flemish province of East Flanders. The municipality comprises the city of Aalst itself and the villages of Baardegem, Erembodegem, Gijzegem, Herdersem, Hofstade, Meldert, Moorsel and Nieuwerkerken.

Aalst, North Brabant
Aalst, North Brabant

Aalst is a village located 6 km south of Eindhoven, the Netherlands, on the Tongelreep stream and the road to Valkenswaard. It was an independent municipality until 1923, when it merged with the municipality of Waalre.

Aalst, Buren
Aalst, Buren

Aalst is a hamlet in the Dutch province of Gelderland. It is a part of the municipality of Buren, and lies about 10 km southwest of Wageningen.

Aalst, Zaltbommel
Aalst, Zaltbommel

Aalst [aːɫst] is a village in the Dutch province of Gelderland. It is a part of the municipality of Zaltbommel, and lies about 12 km southeast of Gorinchem.

Arrondissement of Aalst
Arrondissement of Aalst

The Arrondissement of Aalst is one of the six administrative arrondissements in the Province of East Flanders, Belgium. It forms the Judicial Arrondissement of Dendermonde together with the Arrondissements of Dendermonde and Sint-Niklaas.

Aalst (play)

Aalst is a play by the Belgian stage director Pol Heyvaert. Based on real-life events that took place in the town of Aalst in 1999, the play recounts the murder of two children by their parents.

Carnival of Aalst
Carnival of Aalst

The Carnival of Aalst or Aalst Carnival is an annual three-day event in the Belgian city of Aalst. It was formerly recognised by UNESCO as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity, a status that was removed in 2019 amid controversy over the use of anti-Semitic stereotypes during the carnival and in its promotional materials.

Aalst Chocolate

Aalst Chocolate is a manufacturer of industrial chocolates and compounds, gourmet chocolates and related products. It was established in 2003 in Singapore, by Richard Lee and Connie Kwan, who are currently Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer respectively.

Aalst railway station
Aalst railway station

Station van Aalst is a railway station in the city of Aalst, East Flanders, Belgium. The station opened on 9 June 1853 and is located on lines 50 and 82.