Meridian of Antwerp
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The meridan of Antwerp is one of several prime meridians that have been used for geographic referencing. It is running through the city of Antwerp, in Flanders, Belgium, and forming the 0° longitude upon which some Belgian maps were based.
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- Astronomy explained upon Sir Isaac Newton's Principles: and made easy to ... By James Ferguson, Robert Patterson. 1809. http://books.google.com/books?id=g1UCAAAAIAAJ&lpg=PA263&ots=ucy_wvTeoj&dq=meridian%20of%20Antwerp&pg=PA263#v=onepage&q=meridian%20of%20Antwerp&f=false
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