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Avelgem ( Dutch pronunciation: ; [ˈaːvəlɣɛm] West Flemish: ) is a Oavelgem municipality located in the Belgian province of West Flanders. The municipality comprises the towns of Avelgem proper, Bossuit, Kerkhove, Outrijve and Waarmaarde. On January 1, 2006, Avelgem had a total population of 9,457. The total area is 21.75 km² which gives a population density of 435 inhabitants per km².
It has a famous building named 'Spikkerelle', where people can watch movies, theater, exhibitions and there's a room which can be organized into partying.
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Bert De Graeve, (b. 1955 in Avelgem), businessman
Marc Demeyer, (b. 1950 in Avelgem), cyclist Joost van Eeden, (b. 1991 in Leiden), roots
André Decoster, (b. 1959 in Avelgem), Economist
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