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Emmen

The city of Emmen is located in the province of Drenthe, the Netherlands.  Its borders encompass nearly 350 square kilometers, and have a population of slightly more than 100,000 people as of 2013.  Emmen has seen significant growth in the last ...

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Leeuwarden

The city of Leeuwarden is a city with an exciting history and a vibrant future.  It is the capital city of the province of Friesland, and is located in the northern part of Holland. Perhaps the most famous, or rather ...

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Enschede

Enschede is the largest city in the Twente region and is located in the Overijssel province of the Netherlands. This green city is surrounded by nature and is an excellent place for cycling, walking or horseback riding. After a large ...

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Nijmegen

In the province of Gelderland we find the beautiful and historically rich city of Nijmegen. With over 165,000 inhabitants it is the largest city in the province and the tenth largest city of the Netherlands. Though the citizens of Groningen ...

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Venlo

In the northern part of the province Limburg and close to the German border we find the city Venlo. Besides being an important trade, industrial and transport city for the area it has a lot to offer as well culinary ...

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Maastricht

Maastricht, capital city of the province Limburg, has over 120,000 inhabitants and is a real tourist city. Yearly it attracts over 3 million tourists to the city. Explore the canals, walk through the inner city and eat one of Limurg’s ...

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Groningen

Groningen is the capital of the likewise named province of Groningen and has a population close to 200,000. The city is well known as a student city, it has over 50,000 students, which makes for a fun and busy atmosphere. ...

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Arnhem

Arnhem is the capital city of the province Gelderland and counts over 150 thousand inhabitants. It is rich with parks and museums, and also has a great nightlife for those who’d like to go out for a bite or drink ...

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Leiden

Leiden, nicknamed Keycity (in Dutch: Sleutelstad), has a population of over 120 thousand and lies in the province South Holland. It is famous for having the oldest university of the Netherlands, called Leiden University. With it’s rich history, monumental buildings, ...

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Eindhoven

Eindhoven is a city in the province North Brabant and is with over 220,000 inhabitants the fifth largest city of the Netherlands. History of Eindhoven Eindhoven’s Beginnings Written records of Eindhoven indicate that the city was officially established in 1232. ...

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