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|• Total||5.99 km2 (2.31 sq mi)|
(31 December 2007)
|• Density||3,864/km2 (10,010/sq mi)|
It is served by the Bus and train station of Gent Dampoort on the Ghent Antwerp NMBS/SNCB line.
During the First World War, on 7 June 1915, the German airschip LZ37 crashed after being destroyed by Reginald Warneford. A street was named Reginald Warnefordstreet on the spot where the airship crashed.
In the Center is the famous Campo Santo (Gent), a Catholic burial site. The chapel on the hill was erected by Philips Erard van der Noot.
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