Kalmthout is a municipality in the Belgian province of Antwerp. The municipality comprises the villages of Kalmthout, Achterbroek, Heide, and Nieuwmoer.
De Zoom–Kalmthoutse Heide is a cross-border park on the Belgian–Dutch border. It is a merger of two former parks, the Kalmthoutse Heide in Belgium and De Zoom in the Netherlands, together extending over 37.50 square kilometres .
Kalmthout is a railway station in the town of Kalmthout, Antwerp, Belgium. The station opened on 26 June 1854 on the Antwerp–Lage Zwaluwe railway, known in Belgium as Line 12.
The Kalmthout Heath is one of the oldest and largest nature reserves of Flanders, bordering the Netherlands and part of the Dutch-Belgian cross-border park De Zoom – Kalmthoutse Heide. It used to be part of a vastly larger European heath landscape.
Roeselare is a Belgian city and municipality in the Flemish province of West Flanders. The municipality comprises the city of Roeselare proper and the towns of Beveren, Oekene and Rumbeke.
The Arrondissement of Roeselare is one of the eight administrative arrondissements in the Province of West Flanders, Belgium.
The Roeselare–Leie Canal is an artificial waterway between the town Roeselare and the river Leie in West Flanders, Belgium. The canal is 16.5 kilometres long and was dug in 10 years between 1862 and 1872.
Station Roeselare is a Belgian railway station on railway line 66 in the city of Roeselare.
Roselare was a constituency used to elect members of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives between 1831 and 1900.
Roeselare-Tielt was a constituency used to elect members of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives between 1900 and 2003.