per inhabitant lies between 9,000 and 11,500 per year, making it the second-poorest municipality in Brussels (after only Saint Josse/Sint-Joost) Schooling: The municipality has 13 nursery and primary schools (10 French-speaking and 3 Dutch-speaking) and 7 secondary schools. Today, Saint-Gilles is one of the densest municipalities of the Brussels agglomeration. Twin cities edit References edit External links edit Media related to Saint-Gilles (Brussels) at Wikimedia Commons. The service is operated with Reizen Lauwers. Saint-Gilles has a multicultural identity stemming from its diverse population. This workshop proposes a reflection on the measurement of bodies. Property prices: Between 20, the average sale price of a flat in Saint-Gilles was 191,381. In that year, 754,429 hotel-nights were recorded, of which 584,889 (7) were foreigners. There were 1,1,23 social housing units in 2015. French Regime until today edit During the French regime, on, the village, by now called Saint-Gilles after its patron saint and main church, merged with neighbouring villages to form Uccle. Brussels, now part of Forest. Les pizzas sont bonnes, rien d'exceptionnel. 5 Saint Gilles has meilleur smartphone sint gillis a legendary football club called Royal Union Saint Gilloise, which was successful until the 1930s. Brussels-South railway station in the north, to elegant patrician houses on the southern borders with. Wim Backaert, wim Backaert, heren 3e Provinciale. Politics edit The local council usually has a socialist majority, and the current mayor is Charles Picqué, who is a former Minister-President of the Brussels-Capital Region. The workshop will start in the surrounding area of Saint-Gilles, with a test of a mobile online application developed by the Samedies. As of 2016 the Taiwanese airline EVA Air provides shuttle buses to and from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol from Saint-Gilles, near the Brussels-South (Midi) railway station. Unemployment stood.2 in 2015, having fallen from.2 in 2005. Employment is comparatively fast-growing: it rose by 2013, whereas for the Brussels region as whole it stood still. Erected in 1675, this fort was dismantled in the following century to give way to several important toll roads and urban development.