Jules Ottenstadion

Distance: 0.02 km

Jules Ottenstadion was a multi-purpose stadium in Gentbrugge, Ghent, Belgium. It was used mostly for football matches and used to be the home ground of K.A.A. Gent. The stadium held 12,919 seats and was built in 1920. It was replaced as the club's home ground by the new Ghelamco Arena in 2013 (...) More


Distance: 0.14 km

Gentbrugge is one of 25 districts ("wijken") of the city of Ghent, Belgium in the Flemish Region of Belgium. Gentbrugge together with Oud Gentbrugge had been a separate municipality before January 1, 1977, when it fused with Ghent. (...) More

Gentbrugge railway station

Distance: 1.02 km

Gentbrugge is a third smaller railway station in Ghent, East Flanders, Belgium. The station opened on 15 June 1861 on the Lines 58 and 59. The train services are operated by NMBS/SNCB. The current building was built in 1973 by architects Dirk Servaes and Johan Beyne (...) More

Moscou, Ghent

Distance: 1.17 km

Moscou is a densely populated neighbourhood of the Belgian city of Ghent, which owes its peculiar name to the presence of the Russian army in 1814-1815. (...) More


Distance: 1.71 km

Ledeberg is a submunicipality of the city of Ghent. It lies south-east of downtown Ghent and has direct access to the E17 road. Its population is 13,974 inhabitants (2005). More