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Elswout

On the Elswout site was a long time buitenplaats before the current construction began. The original house of which the structural walls are included in the current building of the 19th century was built by merchant relations with Russia, called ...

St. Anthony of Padua Cathedral, Breda

SV. Anthony of Padua Cathedral or the Cathedral of St. Anthony, is the Roman Catholic Cathedral of the diocese Breda located in Breda, in the Netherlands. The Church of Sint-Antonius called Waterstaatskerk, because its construction was paid for m ...

Skierstins

In Skierstins-medieval Stienhus 1300 S. built of brick in Feanwalden. This is the only remaining Stienhus in Friesland and is listed as Rijksmonument, number 11700 and has a very high historical value. The building was first mentioned in 1439 on ...

De Marne

De-Marne) is a former municipality in the northeast of the Netherlands. On January 1, 2019, it merged with the municipalitiesll, Eemsmond and Vincom to form the new municipality of het Hogeland.

List of films set in Delft

The following is a partial list of films set or shot in the first place in Delft, the Netherlands. Girl with a pearl earring movie 2003. De Ray Boys 2010. Nosferatu the vampire 1979.

Gestel en Blaarthem

The city gestelж own Blaarthem is a former municipality of the Netherlands. The municipality was composed of the villages of the city gestelж and Blaarthem. On January 1, 1920 the municipality merged with the municipality of Eindhoven, together w ...

Inferum

Inferum was founded in 2016 Lars Deelman own guitarist vocalist Morrison de Boer in Eindhoven. In 2017, the group released their first EP, the modern slaughterhouse and came in third place in the festival Wacken Open air in the final of the metal ...

Sjaerdemaslot

Sjaerdemaslot was a Frisian of the castle, the so-called "state" in Franeker, Netherlands. In 1446, construction began on the castle and the state was demolished in 1727. Famous residents include the philosopher rené Descartes and by Duke albert ...

Lewenborg

Lewenborg is a green suburb in the Eastern part of Groningen in the Netherlands. She 9.115 residents in 2016. Its construction began in 1971. Heart Lewenborg consists of the shopping center and the community center, het dok. All Lewenborgs street ...

Haarlemmerliede en Spaarnwoude

Haarlemmerliede own Spaarnwoude is a former municipality in the Netherlands, located in the province of North Holland. It had a population of 5.760 in August 2017. On January 1, 2019, it merged with the municipality of Haarlemmermeer. The municip ...

Schiphol Busnet

Schiphol Busnet name is used the rack provides direct access to work by public transport by bus to Schiphol airport and Schiphol and the surrounding towns of Aalsmeer, Amsterdam, and Amsterdam. Until December 2017, the network was working using t ...

Molenhoek (Rosmalen)

Molenhoek is located in the area in the village of Rosmalen, the Netherlands. The area is located to the South of the railway track Tilburg - Nijmegen, Rosmalen which passes through the municipality is a part, namely in the city of s-Hertogenbosc ...

Bovenkerk, Kampen

In Bovenkerk is a large, Gothic Church and the most striking element on the skyline of Kampen, Overijssel, the Netherlands. The interior of the Church contains early Renaissance screen, the choir, the stone pulpit and a monumental organ. The Chur ...

Koornmarktspoort

In Koornmarktspoort is city gate in Kampen, Overijssel, the Netherlands. It was originally part of the city wall and is the oldest of the Kampen city gates.

Quack-monument

Quack monument or Marie-Adolffontein monument in Nijmegen, in the Dutch province of Gelderland. Monument Quack was founded in 1926 with the legacy of Arnoldus Burkhard Adolf Quack. Crack was Alderman of the municipality of Nijmegen from 1902 to 1 ...

Middachten Castle

Castle Middachten is a monumental mansion on the estate Middachten, de Steeg, Netherlands. The present building dates from 1693-1698. The castle is a rijksmonument since 11 October 2004 and is in the top 100 Dutch heritage.

Flag of The Hague

The flag in the Hague, was established on 2 December 1920, a decree of the city government in the Hague. In 1920 it was decided that the flag consist of two equal width horizontal bands of green and yellow. 28 Mar 1949 Color was changed. The colo ...

Reeshof

In Reeshof, is a district of the municipality Tilburg in the Netherlands. The district has 42.696 inhabitants, which makes it the largest district Reeshof in Tilburg. In Reeshof mostly consists of new houses built since 1980 or later.

St. Benedictusberg Abbey

Abbey of St. Benedictusberg also Mamelis Abbey is a Benedictine monastery founded in 1922 in Mamelis, the village, which is administratively included in Vaals, the Netherlands. It is a rijksmonument. Since 1951, Saint Benedictusberg belonged to t ...

Protestant church of Deinum

Protestant Church of Deinum, or St. John the Baptist Church is a religious building in Deinum, the Netherlands, one of medieval churches in Friesland. This early 13th century building with a tower built in 1550-1567. The historic organ was built ...

Franeker City Hall

City hall of Franeker city hall of the municipality of Franeker, Netherlands, one of the eleven historical cities of Friesland. The building dates from 1591-1594 and was built in Frysian Renaissance style. The first stone was laid June 24, 1591. ...

Onstaborg (Sauwerd)

Onstaborg was the Borg in the North-East of the Netherlands. It was located in Sauwerd, Groningen. Borg was founded in or before 1325 by the family Onsta. The Onsta family belonged to one of the oldest and most prominent families of the Ommelande ...

Onstaborg (Wetsinge)

Onstaborg was a Borg in the village of Wetsinge, Groningen, Netherlands. Borg was built around 1500 by the family Onsta. The Onsta family belonged to one of the oldest and most prominent families of the Ommelanden. The Onsta family also owned Ons ...

Le Roys Bush, Auckland

Le Roys Bush was bought in 1918 by Edward Leroy and they Urutapu. Edward created three ponds where he grew lilies and kept goldfish. Hidden flows to prevent floods and the flow under the reservoirs formed tracks through the Bush and planted a lot ...

Waipatiki Beach

Waipatiki beach is a small coastal village in Hastings district and Hawkes Bay North island new Zealand. It is located in a small valley at the end of the road, which branches off from the main road from Napier to Gisborne and that, finally, afte ...

Beachlands, New Zealand

Beachlands outer suburbs of Auckland, New Zealand, created in the 1920-ies, where the development in the 1950-ies because of its popularity as a beach holiday. It is located on the "Pohutukawa coast" and in close proximity to Maraetai. The two ar ...

East Auckland

East Auckland city Auckland, New Zealand, is characterized in the popular mind as a socio-economically mixed urban area with a relatively large multi-cultural population. The name "East Oakland" is not an official name, but in popular use by new ...

Albert-Eden Local Board

Albert-Eden local Board is one of 21 local boards of Auckland Council, and is one of the two boards under the control of boards albert-Eden-Roskill councillors of the chamber. Albert-Eden Board, named after the two volcanic cones in the Board are ...

Franklin Local Board

The local Council Franklin is one of 21 local boards of Auckland Council. It is under the control of Franklin Councilman ward. Franklin local area of the Council covers the entire width of the North island from Hauraki Gulf to the Manukau harbour ...

Henderson-Massey Local Board

Henderson-Massey local Board is one of 21 local boards of Auckland Council, and is under the control of the Soviets Waitākere ward and wow advisers of the chamber. Board administrative district includes the suburbs of West harbour, Massey, Ranui, ...

Hibiscus and Bays Local Board

The hibiscus and local Board bays is one of 21 local boards of Auckland Council, and is one of the two boards under the control of councils councillors Albany ward. The Council, named after the hibiscus coast and the coastal coves to the North of ...

Howick Local Board

Local Board Howick is one of 21 local boards of Auckland Council, and is under the control of the Soviets Howick district Council. Board administrative district includes the suburbs of Pakuranga, Howick, TV with Bush, and East Tamaki, and covers ...

Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Local Board

Māngere-Ōtāhuhu local Board is one of 21 local boards of Auckland Council, and is under the control of councils Manukau district Council. Board administrative area includes the suburbs of Māngere bridge, Māngere, Ōtāhuhu and Favona, and covers th ...

Manurewa Local Board

Manurewa local Board is one of 21 local boards of Auckland Council. It is under the control of the Manurewa-Papakura ward councillor. On the local area Board includes the following districts DEP, outdoor pool and entertainment, Manurewa East, Hom ...

Ōtara-Papatoetoe Local Board

In Ōtara-papatoetoe train local Council is one of 21 local boards of Auckland Council. It is under the control of the Manukau councillors of the chamber. Neighborhood Board includes the suburbs of Ōtara, papatoetoe train, East Tamaki, Puhunui and ...

Papakura Local Board

The Papakura local Board is one of 21 local boards of Auckland Council. It is under the control of the Manurewa-Papakura ward councillor. Neighborhood Board passes between Alfriston and Drury, and includes Takanini, Hingaia, Red Hill, Pahurehure ...

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