Etterbeek ( French: [etœʁbek, etœʁbɛk] i, Dutch: [ˈɛtərˌbeːk] i) is one of the 19 municipalities of the Brussels-Capital Region, Belgium. Located in the eastern part of the region, it is bordered by the municipalities of Auderghem, the City of Brussels, Ixelles, Schaerbeek, Woluwe-Saint-Lambert and Woluwe-Saint-Pierre.
Laura Eid 9 February 2017 View Etterbeek, birthplace of Hergé, Amelie Nothomb and Stromae, is a diverse neighborhood with a population of 45,000 people.
Etterbeek is a highly urbanised commune adjoining the European neighbourhood in the centre of the Brussels-Capital Region. Territory Etterbeek is a central commune in the Brussels-Capital Region covering 3.1 square kilometres, adjacent to the European neighbourhood and the Cinquantenaire.
First mentioned in the early 12th century, Etterbeek is one of the 19 suburban communes that, with Brussels proper, make up Greater Brussels. Historically, Etterbeek was primarily industrial, with chemical, clothing, metalwork, machinery, and furniture manufacturing.
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Meet Etterbeek. Expats and families alike, welcome to the suburbia of Etterbeek! This quiet and peaceful neighbourhood of Brussels is great for everyone. In fact, some say it’s the best residential district in Brussels! It’s closely located to the EU hub, so it makes sense that international workers choose to settle down here.