It has an area of 4,443km², making it the largest Belgian province. At around a quarter of a million residents, it is also the province with the smallest population, making it the most sparsely populated province in an otherwise very densely populated country.
The Arelerland or Arlon region (in red on the following map of the province) alongside the border with the neighbouring Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg has the particularity that many residents speak Luxembourgish instead of the Walloon (French) dialect(s) spoken elsewhere in the province.
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A lot of people wonder about my career choice, especially when we did in Italy and Spain, but Luxembourg was a championship that attracted me and I had a good relationship with the coach and the sporting director ...Women do not have a federal contract in Luxembourg, yet they train every day and some make a living from their sport.