Woluwe-Saint-Pierre (Sint-Pieters-Woluwe)

Woluwe-Saint-Pierre is one of the nineteen municipalities located in the Brussels-Capital Region of Belgium. It is mostly a well-to-do residential area, which includes the wide, park-lined, Avenue de Tervueren and the numerous embassies located near the Montgomery Square. Of the three rivers...

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Woluwe-Saint-Pierre (Sint-Pieters-Woluwe)

Woluwe-Saint-Pierre is one of the nineteen municipalities located in the Brussels-Capital Region of Belgium. It is mostly a well-to-do residential area, which includes the wide, park-lined, Avenue de Tervueren and the numerous embassies located near the Montgomery Square. Of the three rivers that once crossed the municipality, only the Woluwe, a tributary of the Senne, can still largely be seen today.

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The Woluwe Park

The Woluwe Park , sometimes abusively known as the Woluwe Park  (although it takes its name from the town where it is located and not directly from the River Woluwe), is a Belgian park of Brussels located more precisely in the municipality of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre.

It extends over 631 to about 69 hectares, bordered by the Boulevard du Souverain (Woluwe Valley) and Avenue de Tervueren. It is extended in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre by Parc Parmentier and Parc des Étangs Mellaerts and at Auderghem by the Luxor Park and the Domaine du Val Duchesse.

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