Articles in Netherlands ( 3,258 )

3,258 Articles of interest in Netherlands

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  • Oude Kerk, Amsterdam

    The 800-year-old Oude Kerk ("old church") is Amsterdam’s oldest building and oldest parish church, founded ca. 1213 and consecrated in 1306 by the bishop of Utrecht with Saint Nicolas as its patron saint. After the Reformation in 1578 it became a Ca…

  • Weesperkarspel

    Weesperkarspel is a former municipality in the Dutch province of North Holland. It existed until 1966, when part of it was merged with Amsterdam and the part East of the Amsterdam-Rhine Canal was merged with Weesp.

  • Weerdinge Men

    The Weerdinge men (Roughly): (i)  [ 'ʋeɪrdɪŋə ] were two naked bog bodies found in Drenthe, the Netherlands, in the southern part of Bourtanger Moor in 1904. Radiocarbon dating shows that the two likely died between ca.160 BC to ca.220 AD. At first,…

  • Wedde

    Wedde (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈʋɛdə]) is a village in the municipality Bellingwedde in the province Groningen in the Netherlands.

  • Breda International Airport

    Breda International Airport (Dutch: Breda International Airport (ICAO: EHSE)) is a small general aviation airfield located next to the A58 motorway on the outskirts of Bosschenhoofd, a village in the municipality of Halderberge in the province of No…

  • Nieuwe Kerk, The Hague

    The Nieuwe Kerk (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈniʋə ˈkɛrk]; English: New Church) is a church in The Hague, located across from the modern city hall on the Spui. It was built in 1649 after the Great Church had become too small.

  • Heemraadlaan

    Heemraadlaan is one of three (above-ground) subway stations in the Dutch city of Spijkenisse. The station is the penultimate stop for trains of Rotterdam Metro lines C and D and features two side platforms.

  • De Akkers

    De Akkers is the westernmost subway station of the Rotterdam Metro and is located in the Dutch city of Spijkenisse. The station, with one island platform, opened on April 25, 1985 as a terminus of the North-South Line (also formerly called Erasmus l…