Beersel, Flemish Brabant Province, Flanders, Belgium

🇧🇪 Beerse is a municipality located in the Belgian province of Flemish Brabant. The municipality comprises the towns of Alsemberg, Beersel proper, Dworp, Huizingen and Lot. It is close to Brussels; Beersel is approximately 12 km south-west of the centre of the city.

Beersel is perhaps best known for the "Kasteel van Beersel" (Beersel Castle), built between 1300 and 1310 by Jan II, the Duke of Brabant, as a defense for Brussels. Guillaume Dufay (1397–1474), a notable 15th century Franco-Flemish composer, was likely born in Beersel. Beersel is known for its boterham met plattekaas en radijzen (sandwich with white cheese and radishes), usually served with a geuze beer, and for its mandjeskaas (literally 'basket cheese'), which is a white cheese stored in little baskets. Beersel also has two traditional, authentic geuze breweries, Oud Beersel and 3 Fonteinen.

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Beersel has a population of over 25,069 people. Beersel also forms part of the wider Halle-Vilvoorde Arrondissement which has a population of over 627,247 people. Beersel is situated 12 km south-west of the centre of Brussels.

Twin Towns - Sister Cities Beersel has links with:

🇳🇱 Hoorn, Netherlands
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