Albert Canal

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Greisch, René (1929–2000). Belgian architect and engineer, celebrated for his many bridges in Belgium and Luxembourg, and for his search for harmony between aesthetics and technical innovations. Among his suspension-bridges may be cited that over the Maas and the Albert Canal, Wandre (1989), and another over the Albert Canal at Hermalle-sous-Argenteau (1983)

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Albert Canal, waterway, c.80 mi (130 km) long, N Belgium, from the Meuse River to the Scheldt River; constructed 1930–39. The canal connects the important industrial region around Liège with the port of Antwerp, Belgium.