Liernu

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Centuries old Big Oak Tree

Liernu is a subdivision of the Walloon municipality of Éghezée, located in the Belgian province of Namur.

Liernu is best known for its centuries old Big Oak Tree (50°35′03″N 4°49′40″E / 50.584206°N 4.827799°E / 50.584206; 4.827799),[1] one of the largest and oldest in continental Europe.

Liernu had 806 inhabitants as of March 2006, and extends over 625 hectares (1,540 acres).

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  1. ^ Oak Tree in Liernu

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Coordinates: 50°35′03″N 4°49′50″E / 50.584183°N 4.830536°E / 50.584183; 4.830536