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== Street names ==
 
== Street names ==
All segments should get a City name, and most segments also get a Street name. When entering the Street name, we use the Street name in the official language of the area. For the 19 cities in Brussels area where 2 official languages exist, we use the French version. As a reference, you can find the official language in the City names list.
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All segments should get a City name, and most segments also get a Street name. When entering the Street name, we use the Street name in the official language of the area. For the cities in the bilingual Region of Brussels, we use the French version. As a reference, you can find the official language in the City names list.

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== Street names ==
All segments should get a City name, and most segments also get a Street name. When entering the Street name, we use the Street name in the official language of the area. For the cities in the bilingual Region of Brussels, we use the French version. As a reference, you can find the official language in the City names list.
Translation== Street names ==
All segments should get a City name, and most segments also get a Street name. When entering the Street name, we use the Street name in the official language of the area. For the cities in the bilingual Region of Brussels, we use the French version. As a reference, you can find the official language in the City names list.

Street names

All segments should get a City name, and most segments also get a Street name. When entering the Street name, we use the Street name in the official language of the area. For the cities in the bilingual Region of Brussels, we use the French version. As a reference, you can find the official language in the City names list.