How Germany Gave Belgium Its Highest Mountain (And Then Tried To Get It Back)



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In the east of Belgium lies Eupen-Malmedy, the country's only German-speaking region, which also boasts Belgium's highest summit, the Signal De Botrange. But why do the people speak German here? And if they speak German, why does the mountain have a French name? I went to the High Fens to find out more...

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Eupen-Malmedy Map based on original work by ikoli - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ostbelgien.jpg
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