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Mooner_37
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13 Apr 2018 18:59

Noah_Lukas wrote:
13 Apr 2018 16:19
Mooner_37 wrote:
12 Apr 2018 22:15
Bilzen is situated in the province of Limburg. Antwerpen is situated in the province of Antwerpen :D. For brussels you have the Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest which could not be included as a province.
Aren't the regions like Flanders, Wallonia (and Brussels)? :mrgreen:
Belgium has a complex system about that. It's like the Dutch provinces. Flevoland is the province where you can find cities like Lelystad, ...
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13 Apr 2018 20:19

Oh ok I will rework that. ;)
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18 May 2018 20:39

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20 May 2018 09:37

I'm still so surprised at how few people from North America are on this list. I suppose they may prefer American Truck Simulator instead. Either that, or Call of Doody, hahaha :spit:

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20 May 2018 11:06

vulchor wrote:
20 May 2018 09:37
I'm still so surprised at how few people from North America are on this list. I suppose they may prefer American Truck Simulator instead. Either that, or Call of Doody, hahaha :spit:
Probably Call of Duty :lol:
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20 May 2018 19:44

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21 May 2018 04:50

Noah, would you mind using this file for the logo for my city (Moorhead, MN).

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It comes directly from the official city website (http://www.ci.moorhead.mn.us/about-the-city/logos), and has the proper transparency applied, so that there is white and transparent, as opposed to the strictly transparent background of the version you chose. Thanks!

BTW, if anyone is curious, what that logo represents is actually really very cool. In Moorhead, Minnesota, the majority of the population is descended from Norwegian immigrants, so in 1982 some folks from town built a replica of Viking ship and actually sailed it across the Atlantic from Duluth, MN (1500 miles inland, 2342 miles of actual inland seaway, the furthest inland port in North America!) to Norway, and it's housed at the Hjemkomst Center here, our city's main museum that features Scandinavian history and artifacts, including also a replica of a 12th century Norwegian stave church. The Hjemkomst Center's roof looks just like the Moorhead logo above, because of the masts of the viking long ship inside, which also makes the roof look a little bit like an M - for Moorhead! I find this very cool.

If anyone is even more interested, here's some more information:
http://www.cityofmoorhead.com/departmen ... mst-center
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hjemkomst_Center

And here's a picture of the Hjemkomst Center from the outside:
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