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Baarle-Hertog

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Baarle-Hertog (ˌbaːrlə ˈɦɛrtɔx; Baerle-Duc, baʁl(ə)dyk) is a Flemish municipality of Belgium, much of which consists of a number of small Belgian enclaves fully surrounded by the Netherlands. Parts of Baarle-Hertog are surrounded by the Dutch province of North Brabant, but it is part of the Belgian province of Antwerp. , it has a population of 2,935. The total area is . Geography Border with Baarle-Nassau Baarle-Hertog is noted for its complicated borders with Baarle-Nassau, Netherlands. The border's complexity results from a number of medieval treaties, agreements, land-swaps and sales between the Lords of Breda and the Dukes of Brabant. Generally speaking, predominantly agricultural or built environments became constituents of Brabant and other parts devolved to Breda. These distributions were ratified and clarified as a part of the border settlements agreed under the Treaty of Maastricht in 1843. The tight integration of the European Union and in particular th
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