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File:Belgique Butte du Lion dit de Waterloo.jpg


English: The Lion's Mound overlooking the site of the battle of Waterloo, here cultivated with beets, in Braine-l'Alleud, Belgium.
Français : La butte du Lion dominant la plaine de la bataille de Waterloo, ici plantée de betteraves, à Braine-l'Alleud, en Belgique.
Nederlands: De Leeuw van Waterloo boven de omringende vlakte uit, herdenkingsmonument voor de Slag bij Waterloo, Braine-l'Alleud, Belgien.
Svenska: Lejonkullen vid platsen för slaget vid Waterloo, där det numera odlas betor, i Braine-l'Alleud i Belgien.
Date 18 June 2011
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Author Myrabella
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50° 40′ 25.61″ N, 4° 23′ 59.24″ E

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