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Jambes and the Meuse
Jambes is a Walloon town in southern Belgium, in the province of Namur. Since 1977 it has been part of the city of Namur and It was formerly a municipality itself until the fusion of Belgian municipalities in 1977.
Jambes is known for the former Géronsart Abbey, the 13th century Enhaive or Anhaive keep (donjon d'Enhaive or Anhaive), the old bridge on the Meuse River and the seat of the Government of Wallonia (Élysette).
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