Netherlands

John S Thompson Bridge at Grave, Netherlands

23 April 2019
The bridge over the river Maas at Grave was originally built in 1929.  During the 1930s the Dutch government added casemates which were
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The oldest private auto museum in the world!

25 March 2019
The Louwman Museum is home to the world’s oldest private collection of motor cars, compiled by two generations of the Louwman family.
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Thetford opens distribution centre

07 January 2019
In response to the growing market and global production of Recreational Vehicles, Thetford BV has opened a new Thetford European Distributio
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European Capital of Culture 2018 the story so far

01 November 2018
The year in which Leeuwarden-Friesland carries the European Capital of Culture title for all of Holland began in late January 2018 with a gr
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Rough guide for 75th anniversary route

01 November 2018
Liberation Route Europe Foundation and Rough Guides have announced their new co-operation to produce a travel book about the liberation of E
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Rembrandt year in the Netherlands

01 November 2018
The theme year Rembrandt & The Dutch Golden Age will be celebrated throughout Holland in 2019 as the new year will mark 350 years since
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Limburg, Netherlands

28 October 2018
The A2 Campeer-Centrum as it names indicates is a business serving recreational vehicles and which allows stays whether the camper is a clie
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Oirschot, Netherlands

14 October 2018
Located to the north west of Eindhoven, this site costs EUR13 per day with tourist tax or EUR15 with electricity.  Stays are theor
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Brabant Remembers WW2

26 September 2018
Brabant Remembers has launched an Augmented Reality app, in which 30 actors bring ten stories from the Second World War to life, in the plac
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National Mill Day celebrated in Holland in May

01 March 2018
The second weekend in May is known as National Mill Day in Holland. 950 windmills and watermills open their doors to visitors for free.
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