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In the eighteenth century, French was widely adopted by the bourgeoisie, and in 1830, it was adopted as the official language.Through education and social promotion, French replaced the local dialects in Wallonia and Brussels, but it was not as widely adopted in Flanders.Brussels, the capital, has approximately 1 million residents, and the second city, Antwerp, has half a million.
It was later changed to a milder version that placed obedience to king and law on the same footing as liberty.
Symbols are more numerous and more powerful in the Flemish political culture than in the other parts of the country or the nation as a whole.
There are many recent immigrants from other countries in the European Union as well as many expatriates working in or around European Union institutions and NATO headquarters.
The percentage of noncitizens in the population is high at 15 percent nationally and 28 percent in Brussels. The main languages are Dutch and French; they are also the joint official languages.
On the last Sunday of August, the Flemish movement gathers in a pilgrimage at World War I battlefields.
Because of the Christian roots of the Flemish movement, the main slogan associated with this has a strong religious connotation.The language spoken in Flanders is Dutch, which is commonly called Flemish.The Taalunie, an official institution, guarantees the international unity of the Dutch language.Although German is also recognized as the third national language, it is not used frequently in the national administration.French was introduced as the language of the political elite by feudal lords of French origin, particularly the dukes of Burgundy, who choose Brussels as their main city of residence.Much of the mythology in Flanders involves the Lion of Flanders.The lion has been the symbol of the counts of Flanders since the Crusades, and became the symbol of Flemish emancipation since independence.The high numbers of Flemish names in the south and Walloon names in the north indicate long time internal mobility.In the last hundred years the most important immigrant groups were Jews who form a sizable community in Antwerp; Poles, who came in the early 1930s and after the fall of communism; Italians (in the 1930s and 1950s); and North Africans and Turks, who arrived in the 1960s. Gallia Belgica was the Romans' name for the northern part of Gaul, the northern limit of their empire.In early modern times, the name was used as an erudite synonym for the Low Countries.