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|• Total||17.33 km2 (6.69 sq mi)|
|• Density||71/km2 (180/sq mi)|
- The church of St Martin has a Romanesque tower dating from the 15th century. The church was rebuilt after it had been damaged in World War I.
- The Vladslo German war cemetery in the Praatbos woods has more than 25,000 burials from World War I. On the cemetery are the stone statues of the The Grieving Parents of Berlin artist Käthe Kollwitz, made for her 17-year-old son Peter who died in nearby Esen on October 23, 1914. The song "Vladslo" of Flemish singer Willem Vermandere is about this cemetery..
Note: 1806 to 1970=census on December 31
- http://www.vladslo.be Website on Vladslo
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