This is a list of settlements in the province of South Holland, in the Netherlands.
Articles near the latitude and longitude of Utrecht
Utrecht (/ˈjuːtrɛkt/; Dutch pronunciation: [ˈytrɛxt]) is the capital and most populous city in the Dutch province of Utrecht.
Latitude: 52° 05' 26.99" N
Longitude: 5° 07' 19.99" E
Articles of interest in Utrecht
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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.
The Koppelpoort is a medieval gate in the Dutch town Amersfoort.
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…
Vinkeveen is a town in the Dutch province of Utrecht.
Lunteren is a place in Gelderland Province, Netherlands.
The International School of Amsterdam (founded in 1964) is a private international school located in the city of Amstelveen, over 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) away from the city centre of Amsterdam. It hosts students from over 65 countries from pre-kinder…
Zendstation Smilde is a tall partially guyed tower in Hoogersmilde, the Netherlands, built in 1959, for directional radio services and TV and FM-transmissions. The structure is similar to the Gerbrandy Tower (IJsselstein), and consists of an 80 metr…
Wolfheze is a village in the Dutch province of Gelderland.
Vreeswijk is a former village and municipality in the Dutch province of Utrecht.
Museum De Lakenhal is a city museum of history and fine art in Leiden, the Netherlands. One highlight is its collection of fijnschilder paintings from the Dutch Golden Age.
Spakenburg is a Dutch village north of Bunschoten. Spakenburg is formally called Bunschoten-Spakenburg since its fusion with Bunschoten. The village lies south of the IJsselmeer in the municipality Bunschoten, Utrecht. It is one of the few places le…
Princessehof Ceramics Museum (in Dutch: Keramiekmuseum Princessehof) is a city museum of ceramics in Leeuwarden, Netherlands. The museum's name comes from one of two buildings in which it is housed: a small palace built in 1693 and later occupied by…
Muziekcentrum Vredenburg was a music venue in Utrecht, the Netherlands with a capacity of 5,000 people. It was designed by Dutch architect Herman Hertzberger. The venue hosted concerts by many famous artists, spanning many different genres. The old …
Maarn (52°4′N5°22′E) is a town in the Dutch province of Utrecht.
Loosdrecht is a village in the municipality of Wijdemeren, North Holland, Netherlands.
Loenen ( pronunciation ) is a former municipality in the Netherlands, in the province of Utrecht. It was in the Vechtstreek area.
The Leiden American Pilgrim Museum is a small museum in the Dutch city of Leiden dedicated to the Pilgrim Fathers (or simply Pilgrims). These Separatists or English Dissenters were religious refugees who had fled England to Amsterdam in 1608 and mov…