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3,258 Articles of interest in Netherlands

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  • Stadion Galgenwaard

    Stadion Galgenwaard (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈstaːdiˌjɔn ˈɣɑlɣə(n)ˌʋaːrt]) is a football stadium in Utrecht that has been the home of the football club FC Utrecht since 1970. The stadium, which underwent a renovation starting at the beginning of the 2…

  • Eneco Energie

    Eneco, the trading name of Eneco Holding N.V., is one of the largest producers and suppliers of natural gas, electricity and heat in the Netherlands, serving more than 2 million business and residential customers. Eneco headquarters are located in R…

  • Dokkum

    Dokkum is a Dutch fortified town in the municipality of Dongeradeel in the province of Friesland. It has 12,635 inhabitants (January 1, 2013).

  • Amsterdamse Bos

    The Amsterdamse Bos (English: Amsterdam Forest) is an English park or landscape park in the municipalities Amstelveen and Amsterdam. And although most of the park is located in Amstelveen, the owner of the park is the City of Amsterdam.

  • West Frisian Islands

    The West Frisian Islands (Dutch: Waddeneilanden; West Frisian: Waadeilannen) are a chain of islands in the North Sea off the Dutch coast, along the edge of the Wadden Sea.

  • St. Martin's Cathedral, Utrecht

    St. Martin's Cathedral, Utrecht, or Dom Church (Dutch: Domkerk), was the cathedral of the Diocese of Utrecht during the Middle Ages. Once the Netherlands' largest church, dedicated to Saint Martin of Tours, it is one of the country's two pre-Reforma…

  • Soesterberg Air Base

    Soesterberg Air Base (IATA: UTC, ICAO: EHSB) was a Royal Netherlands Air Force military airbase located in Soesterberg, 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) east-northeast of Utrecht.

  • Oosterhout

    Oosterhout ( pronunciation ; from ooster, "eastern", and hout, "woods") is a municipality and a city in the southern Netherlands.

  • Oldenzaal

    Oldenzaal (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɔldə(n)ˌzaːl]) is a municipality and a city in the eastern province of Overijssel in the Netherlands.

  • Naturalis

    Naturalis Biodiversity Center is a national museum of natural history and a research center on biodiversity in Leiden, Netherlands.

  • Lelystad Airport

    Lelystad Airport (IATA: LEY, ICAO: EHLE) is an airport 3.5 NM (6.5 km; 4.0 mi) south southeast of the city of Lelystad in the Netherlands. It is the biggest general aviation airport in the Netherlands.

  • Hoogeveen

    Hoogeveen [ˌɦoːɣəˈveːn] (Dutch Low Saxon: 't Ogeveine or 't Oveine) is a municipality and a town in the northeastern Netherlands.

  • Frans Hals Museum

    The Frans Hals Museum is a hofje that is home to the municipal museum in Haarlem, Netherlands, that was established in 1862. In 1950, the museum was split in two locations when the collection of modern art was moved to the Museum De Hallen.

  • Franeker

    Franeker (West Frisian: Frjentsjer) is one of the eleven historical cities of Friesland and capital of the municipality of Franekeradeel. It is located about 20 km west of Leeuwarden on the Van Harinxma Canal. As of 1 January 2006, it had 12,996 inh…

  • Witte Huis

    The Witte Huis (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌʋɪtə ˈɦœys]) or White House is a building and National Heritage Site in Rotterdam, Netherlands, built in 1898 in the Art Nouveau style. The building is 43 m (141 ft) tall, with 10 floors. It was also the first …

  • Veere

    Veere ( pronunciation ; Zeelandic: Ter Veere) is a municipality and a city in the southwestern Netherlands, on Walcheren island in the province of Zeeland.

  • Spui (Amsterdam)

    The Spui is a square in the centre of Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. The Spui was originally a body of water that formed the southern limit of the city until the 1420s, when the Singel canal was dug as an outer moat around the city.

  • Rembrandt Tower

    Rembrandt Tower is an office skyscraper in Amsterdam. It has a height of 135 metres, 35 floors and it has a spire which extends its height to 149.85 metres. It was constructed from 1991 to 1994. The building's foundation required piles 56 metres lon…

  • Panorama Mesdag

    Panorama Mesdag is a panorama by Hendrik Willem Mesdag. Housed in a purpose-built museum in The Hague, the panorama is a cylindrical painting (also known as a Cyclorama) more than 14 metres high and about 40 metres in diameter (120 metres in circumf…

  • P.C. Hooftstraat

    The P.C. Hooftstraat is a shopping street in Amsterdam, Netherlands. In 1876 it was named after Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft (1581–1647), a Dutch historian, poet and playwright. The street is located in the stadsdeel Amsterdam Oud-Zuid and runs from th…

  • Moerdijk

    Moerdijk ( pronunciation ) is a municipality and a town in the South of the Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant.

  • Etten-Leur

    Etten-Leur ( pronunciation ) is a municipality in the southern Netherlands. Its name is a combination of the two towns from which the municipality originally arose: Etten and Leur.

  • Dutch TT

    The Dutch TT (Tourist Trophy) is a motorcycling event, traditionally held on the last Saturday of June at the TT Circuit Assen in the Netherlands, as part of the MotoGP World Championship. In the past all classes (50 cc, 125 cc, 250 cc, 350 cc, 500 …

  • Capture of Brielle

    The Capture of Brielle by the Sea Beggars, (or Watergeuzen), on 1 April 1572 marked a turning point in the uprising of the Low Countries against Spain in the Eighty Years' War.

  • Brittenburg

    The Brittenburg, or Lugdunum Batavorum, is a Roman ruin west of Leiden that was visible on the beach between Katwijk aan Zee and Noordwijk aan Zee after storms in the years of 1520, 1552 and 1562. It was quite a large complex located at the mouth of…