Dinant


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Dinant

(French dinɑ̃)
n
(Placename) a town in S Belgium, on the River Meuse below steep limestone cliffs: 11th-century citadel: famous in the Middle Ages for fine brassware, known as dinanderie: tourism, metalwork, biscuits. Pop: 12 719 (2004 est)
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