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Netherlands

COUNTRY

Official Website:
http://overheid.nl/

Population:
16,492,230 (2008 estimate)

Founding Date:
26-Jul-1581 (independence)

CITIES

City    Type    Population
Amsterdam, Netherlands
--
742,209
Rotterdam, Netherlands
--
598,923
The Hague, Netherlands
--
469,059
Utrecht, Netherlands
--
275,797
Eindhoven, Netherlands
--
208,573
Tilburg, Netherlands
city
201,087
Groningen, Netherlands
--
180,848
Nijmegen, Netherlands
city
160,962
Apeldoorn, Netherlands
--
156,000
Enschede, Netherlands
city
154,888
Haarlem, Netherlands
--
147,022
Arnhem, Netherlands
--
141,320
Amersfoort, Netherlands
--
134,768
Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
--
134,009
Maastricht, Netherlands
--
121,573
Dordrecht, Netherlands
--
119,649
Leiden, Netherlands
--
118,423
Zwolle, Netherlands
--
111,806
Delft, Netherlands
--
95,817
Leeuwarden, Netherlands
--
91,693
Hilversum, Netherlands
--
83,640
Amstelveen, Netherlands
city
78,980
Kerkrade, Netherlands
--
48,721
Waalwijk, Netherlands
--
45,737
Den Helder, Netherlands
--
44,000
Nijkerk, Netherlands
--
38,879
Heemskerk, Netherlands
town
38,051
Middelburg, Netherlands
--
38,000
Wageningen, Netherlands
--
35,669
Wassenaar, Netherlands
city
25,651
Diemen, Netherlands
town
23,866
Winschoten, Netherlands
city
18,497

BIRTHS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Willem Barents
Explorer
c. 1550 20-Jun-1597 Dutch Arctic navigator
Guido van Rossum
Computer Programmer
?   Created Python programming language



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