Channel of Moer
The channel of Moer or Moervaart is a channel of 27 km which connects the Canal Ghent-Terneuzen to the town of Lokeren in Belgium. The channel crosses the communes of Wachtebeke, Moerbeke and Lokeren.
HistoryThe channel was built with the Middle Ages (approximately of 1300) to improve the water provision of the area. It was made navigable at the 15th century. Following the construction of the Ghent-Terneuzen channel in 1825, it was separated from part of its original brooks of food. (Poekebeek and Kale). Currently, the channel is primarily employed for the pleasure sailing.
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