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Baldwin VII of Flanders

Baldwin VII of Flanders (died July 17, 1119) was count of Flanders from 1111 to 1119.

He was the son of Robert II of Flanders and Clementia of Burgundy. Baldwin died after being wounded at the Battle of Bures-en-Brai, where he was fighting Henry I of England, on behalf of Louis VI of France.

Baldwin left no children, and was succeeded by his first cousin Charles the Good.

Preceded by:
Robert II
Count of Flanders Succeeded by:
Charles the Good