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Durbuy

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Durbuy (French pronunciation: ​[dyʁ.bɥi]) is a Walloon city and municipality located in the Belgian province of Luxembourg. The total area is 156.61 km², consisting of the following sub-municipalities: Durbuy proper, Barvaux, Bende, Bomal, Borlon, Grandhan, Heyd, Izier, Septon, Tohogne, Villers-Sainte-Gertrude, and Wéris. On 1 January 2018 the municipality had 11,374 inhabitants with the most populous town of the municipality being Barvaux. Durbuy, for commercial reasons, often calls itself the world's smallest city. It is not. Vatican City is, in surface terms. In terms of number of inhabitants, a lot of other towns have merely two, one or even no inhabitants. The smallest town in Belgium, officially and since 2006, is Mesen.

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