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Gesves (French: [ʒɛv]; Walloon: Djeve) is a Walloon municipality in Namur Province, Belgium. The area of the original municipality was closely based around the town of Gesves, until it was expanded during the post-1974 fusion of the Belgian municipalities, adding the ancienne communes (now villages) of Faulx-les-Tombes, Haltinne, Mozet, and Sorée. It also includes the hamlets of Gramptinne, Goyet (site of glacial remnants of Neanderthals), Haut-Bois, and Strud (site where fossil of Strudiella devonica, a Late Devonian insect, was discovered).

On 1 January 2006 the municipality had 6,321 inhabitants. The total area is 64.92 km², giving a population density of 97 inhabitants per km². On 1 December 2019, the population had grown to 7,246 inhabitants (3,612 men and 3,634 women), representing a growth of 14.63% over the course of 13 years.

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