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House-birthplace of Adolphe Sax (Saxophone inventor)

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Maison natale d'Adolphe Sax

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Further information about Dinant

| |- | |- | |} Dinant is a Walloon city and municipality located on the River Meuse in the Belgian province of Namur, Belgium. The Dinant municipality includes the old communes of Anseremme, Bouvignes-sur-Meuse, Dréhance, Falmagne, Falmignoul, Foy-Notre-Dame, Furfooz, Lisogne, Sorinnes, and Thynes. History: Origins to the 10th century: The Dinant area was already populated in Neolithic, Celtic, and Roman times. The first mention of Dinant as a settlement dates from the 7th century, a time at which Saint Perpete, a Tongeren-Maastricht bishop, took Dinant as his residence and founded the church of Saint Vincent. In 870, Charles the Bald gave part of Dinant to be administered by the Count of Namur, the other part by the bishop of Tongeren, then Liège. In the 11th century, the emperor Henry IV granted several rights on Dinant to the Prince-Bishop of Liège, including market and justice rights. From that time on, the city became one of the 23 ‘’bonnes villes’’ (or principal cities) of the ... Read more about Dinant on Wikipedia

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