The Sint Janskerk in Gouda, the Netherlands, is a large Gothic church, known especially for its stained glass windows, for which it has been placed on the UNESCO list of Dutch monuments.
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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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IJsselmonde is a township located in the southeastern corner of the city of Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Hillegersberg is a neighborhood of Rotterdam, Netherlands. It was founded as a village in the Middle Ages (by legend because the giantess Hillegonda dropped some sand from her apron and Hillegersberg was founded on the mound which was formed by that…
Hedel (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈheːdəl]) is a town in the Dutch province of Gelderland.
The Groothandelsgebouw (meaning Wholesale Building or Offices) is an extensive building and monument in the center of Rotterdam, Netherlands next to the Central Station of the city.
Engelen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of 's-Hertogenbosch.
The Dordtse Kil (pre-1947 spelling: Dordtsche Kil) is a short river in South Holland in the Netherlands. The river is tidal and forms the connection between the Oude Maas river and the Hollands Diep.
The Dieze is a short river in North Brabant, the Netherlands, tributary of the Meuse. It is formed by the confluence of the rivers Aa and Dommel in 's-Hertogenbosch. The part of the Dieze in the centre of 's-Hertogenbosch is called "Binnendieze": a …
The Brielse Meer ("Lake Den Briel") is a long, narrow lake between the Dutch estuary islands of Voorne and Rozenburg in the province of South Holland.
Binnenhof is a subway station on Line A of the Rotterdam Metro and is situated in Rotterdam-Ommoord. It is the northern terminus of the line. Trains departing from here will depart for Schiedam Centrum for most of the day.
The Bergse Maas (pre-1947 spelling: Bergsche Maas) is a canal that was constructed in 1904 to be a branch of the Maas River (French: Meuse) in the Dutch province of North Brabant. The Maas splits near Heusden into the Afgedamde Maas and the Bergse M…
Bergschenhoek ([ˌbɛrxsə(n)ˈɦuk]) is a town and former municipality in the Netherlands. It is situated roughly 10 km to the north of Rotterdam in the province of South Holland. The former municipality had a population of 16,608 in 2006, and covered a…
Benoordenhout (Dutch pronunciation: [bəˈnoːrdə(n)ˌɦʌu̯t]) is a neighbourhood in the Haagse Hout district of The Hague.
The Beneden Merwede is a stretch of river in the Netherlands, mainly fed by the river Rhine. It starts as the continuation of the Boven Merwede after the branching-off of the Nieuwe Merwede ship canal. It flows from Hardinxveld-Giessendam to Dordrec…
The Amstelhof (English: Amstel court), is a former retirement home and now home to the Hermitage Amsterdam museum. It was built near the Amstel river in 1682 by the diaconate of the Dutch Reformed Church after having received an inheritance of the r…
's-Gravendeel () is a town and former municipality in the western Netherlands, in the province of South Holland. The former municipality covered an area of 20.69 km² (7.99 mile²) of which 1.77 km² (0.68 mile²) is water.Its population was 9,023 in Ja…
Wilhelminaplein is an underground subway station in Rotterdam which lies south of the Maas river.
The Vrouwekerk ("Lady's Church") or Vrouwenkerk ("Ladies' Church"), originally known as the Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk ("Church of Our Lady"), was a 14th-Century church in the Dutch city of Leiden.