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Westkapelle Small path along the dam of Westkapelle. Peaceful place and very savage, here still a stereotype to illustrate this corner qu' so close to on our premises with + - 200km of Liege is Zealand. History: Westkapelle (zélandais some, Wasschappel) is a city of the common Dutchwoman of Veere, in Zealand, on l' old island of Walcheren. At January 1, 2006, the city counted 2657 inhabitants. Westkapelle is the most Western point of Walcheren. Westkapelle is in particular known for its headlight which is drawn up with l' entry of the city. It s' acts of the bell-tower d' a church which destroyed by a fire at the XVIIIe century. To the XIXe century, a fire was added to its top to transform it into headlight. Westkapelle was an autonomous commune of 1816 to 1997, date on which it was attached to the Netherlands.

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