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Zottegem ( Dutch pronunciation: ) is a [ˈz̪ɔt̪əɣ̟ɛm] municipality located in Belgium and more particularly in Flanders, in the province of East Flanders. The municipality comprises the town of Zottegem proper and the villages of Elene, Erwetegem, Godveerdegem, Grotenberge, Leeuwergem, Oombergen, Sint-Goriks-Oudenhove, Sint-Maria-Oudenhove, Strijpen and Velzeke-Ruddershove. On January 1, 2006 Zottegem had a total population of 24,548. The total area is 56.66 km² which gives a population density of 433 inhabitants per km². Zottegem is crossed by two brooks, the Molenbeek in Grotenberge and Leeuwergem, as well as the Molenbeek-Ter Erpenbeek in Godveerdegem, Erwetegem, and Grotenberge.
With its beautiful nature Zottegem is part of the geographical area Vlaamse Ardennen (
Flemish Ardennes) and the Denderstreek. There is also a little village in Zottegem Bevegem that was never a municipality before.
Famous inhabitants [ edit ]
Places of interest [ edit ]
Church of the Assumption of Our Lady
The "Duivelsvoetstap" (Devil's footprint)
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]
Official website - Information available in Dutch and limited information available in English, French and German