Sint-Andries

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Sint-Andries
Sint-AndriesLocation.svg
Coordinates: 51°11′50″N3°10′49″E / 51.19722°N 3.18028°E / 51.19722; 3.18028
Country Belgium
Province Flag of West Flanders.svg  West Flanders
Municipality Bruges
Area
  Total20.65 km2 (7.97 sq mi)
Population
 (2007)
  Total19,427
  Density941/km2 (2,440/sq mi)
 Source: NIS
Postal code
8200

Sint-Andries (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈsɪnt ˈɑndris] ) is a suburb of Bruges in the province of West Flanders in Belgium.

The Jan Breydel Stadium, where the football teams Club Brugge and Cercle Brugge play, is situated in Sint-Andries. There are also a lot of small castles, built by the nobility in the late 19th century, mostly in woody environments. It contains St. Andrew's Abbey, established in 1100.

Coordinates: 51°12′N3°11′E / 51.200°N 3.183°E / 51.200; 3.183

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