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Center of Sint-Amandsberg, with former town hall and church of Saint Amand
Center of Sint-Amandsberg, with former town hall and church of Saint Amand
Location of Sint-Amandsberg
Location of Sint-Amandsberg in Ghent
Location of Sint-Amandsberg in Ghent
Sint-Amandsberg is located in Belgium
Sint-Amandsberg is located in East Flanders
Coordinates: 51°03′14″N 3°44′57″E / 51.05389°N 3.74917°E / 51.05389; 3.74917
Country Belgium
Community Flemish Community
Region Flemish Region
Province East Flanders
 • Total5.99 km2 (2.31 sq mi)
 • Total32,151
 • Density5,400/km2 (14,000/sq mi)
Postal codes
Area codes09

Sint-Amandsberg (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌsɪnt ɑˈmɑntsˌbɛr(ə)x]; French: Mont-Saint-Amand) is a sub-municipality of the city of Ghent located in the province of East Flanders, Flemish Region, Belgium. The municipality of Sint-Amandsberg was formed in 1872, when it was detached from the municipality of Oostakker.[1] In 1876 and 1900, parts of the original municipality were already annexed to Ghent.[2] On 1 January 1977, the municipality of Sint-Amandsberg was merged into Ghent.[3]

It is served by the Bus and train station of Gent Dampoort on the Ghent Antwerp NMBS/SNCB line.

During the First World War, on 7 June 1915, the German airschip LZ37 crashed after being destroyed by Reginald Warneford. A street was named Reginald Warnefordstraat on the spot where the airship crashed.

Centre of Sint-Amandsberg.

Campo Santo

In the Center is the famous Campo Santo, a Catholic burial site. The chapel on the hill was erected by Philips Erard van der Noot.


  1. ^ "Oostakker". (in Dutch). 1 June 1975. Retrieved 28 January 2024.
  2. ^ "Gent - 19de- en 20ste-eeuwse stadsuitbreiding". (in Dutch). 1 June 1975. Retrieved 28 January 2024.
  3. ^ "LISTE ALPHABETIQUE DES COMMUNES - Fusions de 1963 à 1977" (PDF).
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