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English: The Albert Canal (Dutch: Albertkanaal, French: Canal Albert) is a canal located in northeastern Belgium, named after King Albert I of Belgium. It connects the major cities Antwerp and Liège and the Meuse and Scheldt rivers. It has a depth of 3.4 metres (11 ft), a free height of 6.7 metres (22 ft) and a total length of 129.5 kilometres (80.5 mi). The maximum capacity is a barge of 10,000 tons.
Français : Le canal Albert (Albertkanaal en néerlandais) est un canal à grand gabarit de 130 km de long situé en Belgique. Il relie le Port autonome de Liège sur la Meuse au port d'Anvers, sur l'estuaire de l'Escaut et à la mer du Nord.
Nederlands: Het Albertkanaal ( Frans: Canal Albert) is een kanaal dat Luik verbindt met Antwerpen. Het is 129,5 km lang en werd in 1946 in gebruik genomen.
Українська: Данна категорі присвячена каналу Альберт у Бельгії.
Albert Canal 
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Instance of canal (30 July 1939)
Location Belgium
Significant event
  • Q3875186 (1930, 1939)
  • opening (30 July 1939)
  • 129.5 kilometre
Origin of the watercourse
Mouth of the watercourse
  • Scheldt (Antwerp, 51°14′20″N 4°23′52″E)
Authority control

51° 04′ 02.64″ N, 5° 11′ 26.52″ E

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