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City and municipality in the Western Netherlands, located in the province of South Holland. Wikipedia
City on the western coast of the Netherlands on the North Sea, the administrative and royal capital of the Netherlands and the capital of the province of South Holland. Also the seat of government of the Netherlands and hosts the International Court of Justice, one of the most important courts in the world. Wikipedia
- His parents had meanwhile moved to Etten; in 1876 he returned home at Christmas for six months and took work at a bookshop in Dordrecht.
- He was recognized as Governor-General and Stadholder of Holland, Zeeland, Friesland, and Utrecht at a meeting in Dordrecht in July 1572.
- The yellow-blues were then led by Simon Kistemaker, he neither could prevent the club from Dordrecht from relegating again at the end of the season.
- The first city in South Holland to receive city rights was Dordrecht, which did so in 1220.
- In 1400, for example, the city had 6,500 inhabitants, making it the third largest city after Dordrecht (8,000) and Haarlem (7,000).
- In this way, he became acquainted with Isaac Beeckman, the principal of a Dordrecht school, for whom he wrote the Compendium of Music (written 1618, published 1650).
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