The Maritime Museum Rotterdam is a maritime museum in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Dedicated to naval history, it was founded in 1873 by Prince Henry of the Netherlands. Next to the Maritime Museum lies the open-air Harbour Museum, of which one of th…
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Liesveld ( pronunciation ) is a former municipality in the western Netherlands, in the province of South Holland, and the region of Alblasserwaard. The former municipality had a population of 9,810 in 2006, and covered an area of 44.44 km² (17.16 mile²) of which 3.37 km² (1.30 mile²) was water. Since 2013 Liesveld has been a part of the new municipality of Molenwaard.
Latitude: 51° 55' 57.00" N
Longitude: 4° 49' 54.98" E
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Loosduinen (Dutch pronunciation: [loːsˈdœynə(n)]) is a former village in the Netherlands that was a municipality unto itself until 1923, when it was annexed by The Hague and subsequently became a district of the city.
Krimpenerwaard is a municipality of the Netherlands. It is a rural area located in the east of the province of South Holland, just south of Gouda and east of the Rotterdam conurbation.
Kneuterdijk Palace, located in The Hague, was once a Royal Palace of the Kings of the Netherlands. Built in 1716 in the Louis XIV style by architect Daniel Marot, it was first home to the Count of Wassenaar-Obdam.
Kijkduin is a seaside resort on the North Sea coast of the province of South Holland in the Netherlands. It is one of the two seaside resorts of the city of The Hague, the other (more famous) one being Scheveningen.
Forum Hadriani, in the modern town of Voorburg, was the northern-most Roman city on the European continent and the second oldest city of The Netherlands.
Fectio, known as Vechten in Old Dutch, was a Roman castellum in the province Germania Inferior established in the year 4 or 5 AD. It was located at the place where the river Vecht (Fectio) branched off from the Rhine, leading to Lake Flevo, which wa…
The City Hall in Delft is a Renaissance style building on the Markt across from the Nieuwe Kerk. It is the former seat of the city's government, and still today the place where residents hold their civic wedding ceremonies.
The Waalhaven is a harbour in Rotterdam, Netherlands. It used to be home to an airport, Vliegveld Waalhaven (Waalhaven Airport).
Voorne-Putten is an island between the North Sea, the Brielse meer and the rivers Oude Maas, Spui and Haringvliet in the province of South Holland in the Netherlands. Voorne-Putten consists of the two former islands Voorne (the larger, western part)…
The Red Apple is a 40-storey, 124 m (407 ft) residential skyscraper on Wijnhaven Island in Rotterdam, Netherlands, designed by KCAP Architects & Planners and Jan des Bouvrie. The building was topped out in 2008, completed in 2009, and features 121 u…
The Oude Maas (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌʌu̯də ˈmaːs]; English: Old Meuse) is a distributary of the Rhine River, and a former distributary of the Maas River, in the Dutch province of South Holland. It begins at the city of Dordrecht where the Beneden M…
Monster is a town in the Dutch province of South Holland.
The Linge is a river in the Betuwe that is 99.8 km long, which makes it one of the longest rivers that flow entirely within the Netherlands.
Huis ter Nieuwburg or Huis ter Nieuburch ("House at New Borough") was a palace in Rijswijk, Holland, Dutch Republic.
The Rotterdam branch of De Bijenkorf is one of the three main branches of the department store. The present building dates from 1956 and is a symbol of the rebuilding of the city of Rotterdam. It is with Amsterdam and The Hague one of the three "fla…
Christelijk Gymnasium Sorghvliet, or in short Sorghvliet, is an independent protestant gymnasium in The Hague.
Charlois ([ˈʃɑrloːs]) is a neighbourhood of the Dutch city of Rotterdam.