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Ichtegem Ichtegem is a municipality located in the Belgian province of West Flanders 15 km southwest of Bruges. The municipality comprises the towns of Bekegem, Eernegem and Ichtegem proper. On January 1, 2006 Ichtegem had a total population of 13,423. The total area is 45.33 km² which gives a population density of 296 inhabitants per km². The current mayor is Karl Bonny.
Ichtegem In 2006, Ichtegem was declared the official "Dorp van de Ronde" (Town of the Tour) for the 90th annual road cycling race the Tour of Flanders.
Bekegem Bekegem is a village located in Ichtegem municipality in the Belgian province of West Flanders.
Eernegem Eernegem is a town in the Ichtegem municipality, in the province of West Flanders in Belgium.
Index of Belgium-related articles Ichtegem - Ickx, Jacky - Ingelmunster - Innotek (Belgium) - International association without lucrative purpose - International rankings of Belgium - Iron Rhine - Ixelles - Izegem - IJzerwake
2015 Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen The final stage of the race was a route between Nieuwpoort and Ichtegem. The middle part of the race included some difficult climbs, including the Rodeberg, Kemmelberg and Monteberg. The race then finished with three laps of a circuit in Ichtegem that contained two moderate climbs.
Wijnendale The village used to belong to the municipality of Ichtegem, but was moved to the municipality of Torhout in the 1970s.
Wijnendale It belongs to the municipality of Torhout. Wijnendale is situated at 4 km from the city center of Torhout, halfway in between this city center and Ichtegem.
Jules Vanhevel In the ancient hostelry 'De Engel' at Ichtegem, of the family Maeckelbergh, one can admire a unique collection of Jules Vanhevel. Robert Maeckelbergh was the caretaker of Jules Vanhevel and married his sister Lea.
Larch Wood (Railway Cutting) Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery After the Armistice, the cemetery was enlarged with the concentration of graves from the battlefield, smaller cemeteries in the area (Brussels General, Ghistelles Churchyard, Oudenburg Churchyard, Wervik Communal) and Commonwealth troops buried in from German war cemeteries (America Cross Roads, Kortemark, Eernegem, Groenenberg, Handzaame, Ichtegem, Leffinghe, Marckhove, Tenbrielen Communal, Tourhout No 2, Vladsloo, Warneton Sud-et-Bas, Wijnendaele, Zantvoorde).