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Oostende harbour.

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Further information about Ostend

| |- | |- | |} Ostend (Dutch: "Oostende", French and German: "Ostende") is a Belgian city and municipality located in the Flemish province of West Flanders. It comprises the boroughs of Mariakerke, Stene and Zandvoorde, and the city of Ostend proper – the largest at the Belgian coast. History: Origin to Middle Ages: In earlier times, Ostend was nothing more than a small village built on the east-end (Dutch: oost-einde) of an island (originally called Testerep) between the North Sea and a beach lake. Although small, the village rose to the status of "city" around 1265 when the inhabitants were allowed to hold a market and to build a market hall. The major source of income for the inhabitants was fishing. The North Sea coastline has always been rather unstable and in 1395 the inhabitants decided to build a new Ostend behind large dikes and further away from the always threatening sea. 15th to 18th century: The strategic position on the North Sea coast had major advantages for Ostend as ... Read more about Ostend on Wikipedia

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