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The municipality of Nijlen was created in 1977, when it was separated from the municipality of Lier. It is located on the language border between Dutch and French speaking people. The town hall is situated in Kessel-Lo (Dutch: Kessel-Loo), which used to be a separate village until it merged with Nijlen proper and Bevel in 1965. Nijlen has two railway stations, one on each side of the language border: Bevel (in Flanders) and Neuzen (in Wallonia). Both stations are served by NMBS/SNCB lines 50A en 50B respectively, linking Antwerp Central station to Hasselt via Lier or Tienen via Genk respectively.