The NATO Consultation, Command and Control Agency (NC3A) was formed in 1996 by merging the SHAPE Technical Centre (STC) in The Hague, Netherlands; and the NATO Communications and Information Systems Agency (NACISA) in Brussels, Belgium. NC3A is part…
Articles near the latitude and longitude of Liesveld
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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The Militaire Luchtvaart Museum is located at Kamp van Zeist near the former Soesterberg Airforce base. It is the official museum of the Royal Netherlands Air Force. During 2006 it was decided by the Ministry of Defence to merge three military museu…
The Lek (Dutch pronunciation: [lɛk]) is a river in the western Netherlands of some 60 km in length. It is the continuation of the Nederrijn after the Kromme Rijn branches off at the town of Wijk bij Duurstede. The main westbound waterway is hereafte…
The Botlek originally was the name of a stretch of the Nieuwe Maas river, part of the Rhine-Meuse delta near the Dutch cities of Vlaardingen and Spijkenisse in the province of Zuid-Holland. Specifically, it was the name of the strait that separated …
Werkendam ( pronunciation ) is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands.
Oxfam Novib is the Dutch affiliate of the international Oxfam organization. It is an association dedicated to establishing a fair world without poverty.
The NS Class 6400 is a type of 4 axle diesel-electric freight locomotive.
Hoogvliet is a borough of Rotterdam, Netherlands. As of 1 January 2004, it had 36,619 inhabitants.
The Harmelen train disaster was the worst railway accident in the history of the Netherlands. Harmelen, in the central Netherlands, is the location of a railway junction where a branch to Amsterdam leaves the Rotterdam to Utrecht line.
Haagse Bos (Dutch pronunciation: [ɦaːxsə ˈbɔs], literally Forest of The Hague) is a rectangular neighbourhood and forest in the Haagse Hout district of The Hague, Netherlands, reaching from the old city centre in the south-west to the border of Wass…
The Grebbe Line (Dutch: Grebbelinie) was a forward defence line of the Dutch Water Line, based on inundation.
Geldermalsen ( pronunciation ) is a municipality and a town in the western Netherlands. The municipality of Geldermalsen was formed on the 1 January 1978 when former municipalities Beesd, Buurmalsen, Deil and Geldermalsen were joined. The new munici…
Feijenoord (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈfɛi̯əˌnoːrt]) is a district in Rotterdam and is located south of the Nieuwe Maas. As of 1 January 2004 there were 72,320 citizens. The area is 6.44 km² (1.45 km² of this is water).
De Doelen is a concert venue and convention centre in Rotterdam, Netherlands. It was originally built in 1934 but then destroyed in 1940 during the German bombardment of Rotterdam in May 1940 at the outset of World War II.
The Burcht van Leiden is an old shell keep in Leiden constructed in the 11th century. It is located at the spot where two tributaries of the Rhine come together, the Leidse Rijn, and another river, now a canal.
Berkel en Rodenrijs (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈbɛrkəl ən ˈroːdə(n)rɛi̯s]) is a town and former municipality in the Western part of the Netherlands, and is located in the Dutch province of South Holland.
Woudrichem ( pronunciation ) is a municipality and a city in the south of the Netherlands.
St. Catherine's Cathedral, Utrecht, is a Roman Catholic church dedicated to Saint Catherine of Alexandria situated in Utrecht in the Netherlands.