Moerkapelle is a village in the Dutch province of South Holland.
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The Mediumwave transmitter Lopik is a medium wave broadcasting facility near Lopik in the Netherlands. It works on 675 kHz and uses as aerial a 196 metre high guyed steel framework mast, which was built in 1938 and which is insulated against ground.
Maasvlakte Heliport (or Pistoolhaven Heliport) is a small heliport in the Netherlands in the harbour area of the Maasvlakte in the city of Rotterdam. It is exclusively used for maritime piloting services. The heliport moved to a new location in 2007…
Maashaven is an above-ground subway station in the south of the city of Rotterdam.
Maarssenbroek is a former village in the Dutch province of Utrecht. It is nowadays one of the twelve districts (Dutch: kernen) in the municipality of Stichtse Vecht. It is with around 23.400 inhabitants the most populated district in Stichtse Vecht.
Leimuiden is a village in the Dutch province of South Holland.
Krimpen aan de Lek is a town on the Lek River in the municipality of Krimpenerwaard, province of South Holland, the Netherlands. It had 6,607 inhabitants in 2008.
Koedood is a hamlet in the Dutch province of South Holland.
Katendrecht is a former village in the Dutch province of South Holland.
KPN Tower is a 96.5 metre tall office building in Rotterdam (a city in the Netherlands).
Hoogblokland is a village in the Dutch province of South Holland. It is a part of the municipality of Giessenlanden, and lies about 4 km north of Gorinchem.
University of Applied Sciences Leiden (UAS Leiden), Dutch: Hogeschool Leiden (HL), is a vocational university in the western Netherlands, located in the city of Leiden. It currently has approximately 7300 students, mainly studying towards associate …
Hof van Delft ("Court of Delft") is a former municipality in the Dutch province of South Holland.
Hesseplaats is a station on Line B of the Rotterdam Metro and is situated in the Ommoord district of Rotterdam.
Heenvliet is a town in the Dutch province of South Holland. It is a part of the municipality of Nissewaard, and lies about 7 km south of Maassluis, on the Brielse Maas.
The Hector Hodler Library is one of the largest Esperanto libraries, with approximately 30,000 books, with periodicals, manuscripts, photos, music, and other collections.
Hazerswoude is a former municipality in the Dutch province of South Holland.
Hazelaarweg Stadion is a multi-use stadium in Rotterdam, Netherlands, run by the biggest hockey club in the Netherlands, HC Rotterdam. It is currently used mostly for field hockey matches and hosted matches for the 2001 Men's Champions Trophy.