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The Kempen region is a sandy plain, dotted with bogs, moors, and marshes. It is bordered by the Demer River on the south and the Meuse River on the east, and it extends through the Antwerpen and Limburg provinces up into the Netherlands. Cistercian monks settled and developed the most hospitable portions of the Kempen beginning in the 12th century, establishing institutions such as Tongerlo Abbey and Da Vinci Museum and and [postabbe], and planting pine forests. Though not the most densely populated area of Belgium, certain towns such as [mol] are heavily industrialized. The soil is poor, so there is little agricultural activity. CODE left

The Kempen region is a sandy plain, dotted with bogs, moors, and marshes. It is bordered by the Demer River on the south and the [meuse] on the east, and it extends through the [pantwerp] and [plimburg] provinces up into the Netherlands. Cistercian monks settled and developed the most hospitable portions of the Kempen beginning in the 12th century, establishing institutions such as [tongabbe] and [postabbe], and planting pine forests. Though not the most densely populated area of Belgium, certain towns such as [mol] are heavily industrialized. The soil is poor, so there is little agricultural activity.

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