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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.
After the 1830 revolution and the establishment of an independent kingdom, Belgium became the official name of the country. The country is located at the western end of the northern European plain, covering an area of 11,780 square miles (30,510 square kilometers); the neighboring states are France, Luxembourg, Germany, and the Netherlands.
Discoveries of coal in the hills of northern Wallonia led to the early industrialization of the area. Belgium is one of the most urbanized and densely inhabited countries in the world with about 97 percent of the 10 million inhabitants living in cities in 2000.Brussels, the capital, has approximately 1 million residents, and the second city, Antwerp, has half a million.The central and northern parts of the country are covered by a dense network of medium-size and small cities, and people may live in one city and work in another.Around 55 percent of the population lives in Flanders, 35 percent in Wallonia, and 10 percent in Brussels.The nation's cultural diversity has been enriched by international and local immigration.