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  • Der Seekanal Brüssel-Schelde (niederl. Zeekanaal Brussel-Schelde) ist ein Kanal in Belgien, der von Brüssel bis zur Schelde verläuft. Der Name Seekanal Brüssel-Schelde ist die offizielle Bezeichnung des Kanals, nachdem der Seekanal Brüssel-Rupel 1997 bis zur Schelde erweitert wurde. Eine ältere, aber immer noch verbreitete Bezeichnung des Kanals ist Canal de Willebroek.
  • O canal marítimo Bruxelas-Escalda é um canal belga que faz a ligação entre o Porto de Bruxelas e o rio Escalda, na embocadura do rio Rupel, a montante do Porto de Antuérpia e do Mar do Norte, numa extensão de 28 km, inscrevendo-se num eixo norte-sul que se prolonga pelo Canal Bruxelas-Charleroi até às bacias dos rios Sambre e Mosa.Desde 1997 tem um gabarito de classe VI, acessível a embarcações fluviomarítimas de 4500 toneladas.Atravessa duas regiões da Bélgica, razão pela qual é gerido por duas entidades diferentes ligadas a Bruxelas e à Flandres.
  • The Brussels–Scheldt Maritime Canal, also named the Willebroek Canal, is a canal in Belgium linking Brussels with the river Scheldt. The canal was known as the Brussels-Rupel Maritime Canal, prior to the establishment of a direct link with the Scheldt in 1997.The canal is one of the oldest navigable canals in Belgium and indeed in Europe. Construction work began in 1550 and lasted until 1561.However, permission to build the canal had already been granted by Philip the Good in 1436. But due to protests from the city of Mechelen, authorized to levy taxes on all transport via the Senne, the project was stalled for a very long time.In 1531 the Emperor, Charles V renewed the authorization of Philip the Good, but work did not begin immediately. It was not until 1550 that Mary of Hungary made an agreement to begin construction. On 16 June 1550 the mayor of Brussels, Jean de Locquenghien gave the ground-breaking ceremony.The canal along 28 km, a width of 30 metres and a draught of 2 m, connects Brussels and Willebroek, where it joins the Rupel in the hamlet of Klein-Willebroek. The difference in altitude of 14 m between Brussels and Rupel was achieved with 4 locks. With the commissioning of the canal, the ships could now avoid navigating the Senne and being subject to tax in Mechelen.Soon several basins were built the heart of the city of Brussels, in the St. Catherine area. They were all filled in in the late nineteenth century but are still recognisable today in some of the street names. The course of the canal in Brussels was amended to connect to the Brussels-Charleroi Canal which opened in 1832, thus creating a direct link between the Port of Antwerp and the industrial area of Charleroi.During the 1920 Summer Olympics, the canal hosted the rowing events.In 1922 a fully modernised canal was opened to navigation. Now the canal in the Rupel led by a new lock at Wintham. The locks at Vilvoorde and Humbeek were replaced by the Kapelle-op-den-Bos lock. A new upgrade was initiated in 1965, the canal being widened to 55 m (25 m for the locks) and the draught adapted. The construction of two new locks (205 x 25 m) at Zemst (opened in 1975) and Hingene (opened in 1997) allowed the canal to lead directly into the Scheldt. The Port of Brussels is now accessible to ships of 4500 tons and pushed convoys of 9000 tons.The canal is of paramount importance for the supply of oil to Brussels, which typically represents 30 - 50% of annual traffic. In 1974 the annual traffic rose to 14 million tonnes. After a relapse, the volume transported has been rising again in recent years. With 7 million tons carried by the canal, the Port of Brussels is the second inland port in the country after Liege.Following the regionalisation of Belgium, the management of the canal is no longer in the hands of the "SA Maritime" (company established in 1896) but came under the control of the Port of Brussels for the part in the territory of the Brussels-Capital Region and Waterwegen en Zeekanaal NV for the part in the Flemish Region.
  • El Canal marítim Brussel·les-Escalda (Zeekanaal Brussel-Schelde en neerlandès, canal maritime Bruxelles-Escaut en francès) és un enllaç important de la xarxa de les vies navegables de Bèlgica. Connecta el port de Brussel·les amb l'Escalda. Té una llargada de 28 km. És de la classe VI. Abans es deia canal Brussel·les-Rupel o Willebroekse Vaart (en neerlandès canal de Willebroek), del nom del poble on desembocava abans de les modernitzacions del 1965-1997. Es parla d'un canal marítim per què accepta embarcacions marítimes fins a 4500 tones i embarcacions interiors empeses fins a 9000 tones en connexió directe amb el port marítim d'Anvers.
  • К:Водные объекты по алфавитуБрюссель-Шельда (фр. Canal maritime de Bruxelles à l'Escaut, нидерл. Zeekanaal Brussel-Schelde) — канал в Бельгии.Канал был построен для соединения водного пути из столицы страны с бассейном Шельды и выхода в Атлантический океан. Канал Брюссель-Шельда соединяет реки Сенна и Рюпел. Средняя ширина канала — 30 м, глубина — 2 м. Канал был построен в 1550—1561 гг, но неоднократно реконструировался, последний раз — в 1997 году.
  • Het Zeekanaal Brussel-Schelde is een kanaal in België, in 1997 ontstaan door het doortrekken naar de Schelde van het Zeekanaal Brussel-Rupel. Oudere, bekendere namen voor deze verbinding zijn Kanaal van Willebroek en Willebroekse Vaart.Het Kanaal van Willebroek is (na de Lieve) een van de oudste bevaarbare kanalen van België en zelfs van Europa.Het oorspronkelijke kanaal was 20 km lang, maximaal 30m breed en 2m diep en verbond Brussel met Willebroek, waar het bij het gehucht Klein-Willebroek uitmondde in de Rupel. Het hoogteverschil van 14m tussen Brussel en de Rupel werd overwonnen door 4 sluizen. Door de ingebruikname konden schepen voortaan de wispelturige Zenne en de tol voor de doorvaart van Mechelen op weg naar de Rupel vermijden.
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  • Der Seekanal Brüssel-Schelde (niederl. Zeekanaal Brussel-Schelde) ist ein Kanal in Belgien, der von Brüssel bis zur Schelde verläuft. Der Name Seekanal Brüssel-Schelde ist die offizielle Bezeichnung des Kanals, nachdem der Seekanal Brüssel-Rupel 1997 bis zur Schelde erweitert wurde. Eine ältere, aber immer noch verbreitete Bezeichnung des Kanals ist Canal de Willebroek.
  • O canal marítimo Bruxelas-Escalda é um canal belga que faz a ligação entre o Porto de Bruxelas e o rio Escalda, na embocadura do rio Rupel, a montante do Porto de Antuérpia e do Mar do Norte, numa extensão de 28 km, inscrevendo-se num eixo norte-sul que se prolonga pelo Canal Bruxelas-Charleroi até às bacias dos rios Sambre e Mosa.Desde 1997 tem um gabarito de classe VI, acessível a embarcações fluviomarítimas de 4500 toneladas.Atravessa duas regiões da Bélgica, razão pela qual é gerido por duas entidades diferentes ligadas a Bruxelas e à Flandres.
  • К:Водные объекты по алфавитуБрюссель-Шельда (фр. Canal maritime de Bruxelles à l'Escaut, нидерл. Zeekanaal Brussel-Schelde) — канал в Бельгии.Канал был построен для соединения водного пути из столицы страны с бассейном Шельды и выхода в Атлантический океан. Канал Брюссель-Шельда соединяет реки Сенна и Рюпел. Средняя ширина канала — 30 м, глубина — 2 м. Канал был построен в 1550—1561 гг, но неоднократно реконструировался, последний раз — в 1997 году.
  • Het Zeekanaal Brussel-Schelde is een kanaal in België, in 1997 ontstaan door het doortrekken naar de Schelde van het Zeekanaal Brussel-Rupel.
  • The Brussels–Scheldt Maritime Canal, also named the Willebroek Canal, is a canal in Belgium linking Brussels with the river Scheldt. The canal was known as the Brussels-Rupel Maritime Canal, prior to the establishment of a direct link with the Scheldt in 1997.The canal is one of the oldest navigable canals in Belgium and indeed in Europe. Construction work began in 1550 and lasted until 1561.However, permission to build the canal had already been granted by Philip the Good in 1436.
  • El Canal marítim Brussel·les-Escalda (Zeekanaal Brussel-Schelde en neerlandès, canal maritime Bruxelles-Escaut en francès) és un enllaç important de la xarxa de les vies navegables de Bèlgica. Connecta el port de Brussel·les amb l'Escalda. Té una llargada de 28 km. És de la classe VI. Abans es deia canal Brussel·les-Rupel o Willebroekse Vaart (en neerlandès canal de Willebroek), del nom del poble on desembocava abans de les modernitzacions del 1965-1997.
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  • Canal marítim Brussel·les-Escalda
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  • Seekanal Brüssel-Schelde
  • Zeekanaal Brussel-Schelde
  • Брюссель — Шельда
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