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** [[Neder-over-Heembeek]] (Felemenkçe ve Fransızca: Neder-over-Heembeek)(posta kodu B-1120)
** [[Haren (Brüksel)|Haren]] (Felemenkçe ve Fransızca: Haren)(posta kodu B-1130)
== Demografi ==
On [[January 1]], [[2005]], the region had a population of 1,006,749 for 161.382 [[square kilometre|km²]] which gives a [[population density]] of 6,238.29 inhabitants per km².
<small>source of data in the above table: T. Eggerickx et al., ''De allochtone bevolking in België'', Algemene Volks- en Woningtelling op 1 maart 1991, Monografie nr. 3, 1999, Nationaal Instituut voor de Statistiek</small>
At the last Belgian census in 1991, there were 63.7% inhabitants in Brussels-Capital Region who answered they were Belgian citizens, born as such in Belgium. However, there have been numerous individual or familial migrations towards Brussels since the end of the XVIIIth century, including political refugees ([[Karl Marx]], [[Victor Hugo]], [[Pierre-Joseph Proudhon|Pierre Joseph Proudhon]], [[Léon Daudet]] e.g.) from neighbouring or more distanced countries as well as labour migrants, former foreign students or expatriots, and many Belgian families in Brussels can tell at least a foreign grandparent. And even among the Belgians, many became Belgian only recently.
The original Dutch dialect of Brussels (''Brussels'') is a form of [[Brabantic]] (the variant of Dutch spoken in the ancient [[Duchy of Brabant]]) with a significant number of loanwords from French, and still survives among a minority of inhabitants called ''Brusseleers'', many of them quite bi- and multilingual, or educated in French and not writing the Dutch language. Brussels and its suburbs evolved from a Dutch-dialect speaking town to a mainly French speaking town. The ethnic and national self-identification of the inhabitants is quite different along ethnic lines. For their French-speaking ''Bruxellois'', it can vary from Belgian, Francophone Belgian, ''Bruxellois'' (like the ''Memeller'' in interwar ethnic censuses in [[Klaipėda|Memel]]), [[Walloon]] (for people who migrated from the Wallonia Region at an adult age); for immigrants from Flanders it is mainly either Flemish or ''Brusselaar'' (Dutch for an inhabitant); for the ''Brusseleers'', most of them simply consider themselves as belonging to Brussels. For the many rather recent migrants from other countries, the identification also includes all the national origins: people tend to call themselves Moroccans or Turks rather than an American-style hyphenated version.
Both immigration and its status as head of the European Commission made Brussels a really cosmopolitan city. The migrant communities, as well as rapidly growing communities of EU-nationals from other EU-member states, speak [[Moroccan Arabic|Moroccan dialectal Arabic]], [[French language|French]], [[Turkish language|Turkish]], [[Spanish language|Spanish]] (most Spaniards came from the [[Asturias]], a minority from [[Andalusia]] and some from [[Catalonia]] and the [[Basque Country (autonomous community)|Basque country]]), [[Italian language|Italian]], [[Polish language|Polish]], [[Berber languages|Rif Berber]], [[English language|English]] and other languages, including those of every EU-member state in the expat communities. The degree of linguistic integration varies widely within each migrant group.
Among all major migrants groups from outside the [[EU]], a majority of the permanent residents have acquired the Belgian nationality.
== Ayrıca bakınız ==
* [[Brüksel (şehir)]]
== Dış bağlantarı ==
* [ - Images: Brussels & Belgium]
* [ Hospitals in Brussels]
* [ Detailed topographical description of the Brussels region] Geologica Belgica (2005)
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