Woluwe-Saint-Pierre (wolywe sɛ̃ pjɛʁ) or Sint-Pieters-Woluwe (sɪnt ˈpitərs ˈʋoːlyʋə) is one of the 19 municipalities of the Brussels-Capital Region, Belgium. Located in the eastern part of the region, it is bordered by Etterbeek, Auderghem and Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, as well as the Flemish municipalities of Kraainem and Tervuren. In common with all of Brussels' municipalities, it is legally bilingual (French–Dutch).
, the municipality had a population of 42,216 inhabitants. The total area is , which gives a population density of . It is mostly a well-to-do residential area, which includes the wide, park-lined, Avenue de Tervueren/Tervurenlaan, and the numerous embassies located near Marshal Montgomery Square. Of the three streams that once crossed the municipality, only the Woluwe, a tributary of the Senne, can still largely be seen today.
Middle Ages to 17th century
The first appearance of the name Wolewe dates from 1117 and can be found in a charter from Fo