You can find on this page the Belgium satellite map to print and to download in PDF. The Belgium map from satellite presents new pictures of Belgium as seen from the sky in Western Europe.

Belgium satellite map

Map of Belgium from satellite

The Belgium satellite map shows new pictures of Belgium as seen from the sky. This satellite map of Belgium will allow you to visit the country Belgium in Western Europe as seen from the sky. The Belgium satellite map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Belgium has a land area of 30,528 square kilometers, which, is roughly equivalent in size to Maryland as you can see in Belgium satellite map. Most of the country territory lies on a huge lowland plain that stretches from the Pyrenees eastward to the Urals. In this chapter, we will look at Belgium land areas, its weather and climate, and finally at some of the country more important environmental pressures and concerns. With a broad coastal plain extending in a southeasterly direction from the North Sea and the Netherlands and rising gradually into the Ardennes hills and forests of the southeast, its maximum elevation is 2,277 feet (694 metres) which is reached at Botrange.

The main physical regions are the Ardennes and the Ardennes foothills; Côtes Lorraines (Belgian Lorraine), the intrusion of the Paris Basin in the south; and the Anglo-Belgian Basin in the north, comprising the Central Plateaus, the plain of Flanders, and the Kempenland (French: Campine) as its shown in Belgium satellite map. The Meuse River and its tributary, the Sambre, divide the country into two distinct geographic regions: a level, fertile area to the north and west, and the hilly, wooded region, the Ardennes, to the south and east. The thirty-nine miles of Belgian coast are washed by the North Sea; 896 miles of land frontier border the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg, and France.

The lowest point in Belgium is sea level at the North Sea and its highest point is Signal de Botrange at 2,277 feet (694 m) as its mentioned in Belgium satellite map. The rest of the country features a relatively flat topography consisting of coastal plains in the northwest and gently rolling hills throughout the country central portion. The southeast, however, does have a mountainous region in its Ardennes Forest area. The climate of Belgium is considered maritime temperate with mild winters and cool summers. The average summer temperature is 77 degrees (25˚C) while winters average around 45 degrees (7˚C). Belgium can also be rainy, cloudy, and humid.