Heerenberg

All Noun
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  • The start and finish point of the race is in the old town area of 's-Heerenberg.
  • The annual Montferland Run road running competition is held in 's-Heerenberg every December.
  • Maria is buried in the crypt of the church at 's-Heerenberg.
  • It is located in the municipality Montferland, about 3 km east of the town of 's-Heerenberg.
  • The Seaforths travelled through Germany and entered The Netherlands on April 7 through the town of 's-Heerenberg.
  • Huis Bergh is a castle in 's-Heerenberg and is one of the largest castles in the Netherlands.
  • The municipality included the villages of 's-Heerenberg, Zeddam, and Stokkum.
  • In 1634 he married Countess Eleonora van Berg's-Heerenberg, under whose influence he converted to Catholicism.
  • Montferland Run is an annual 15-kilometres road running competition held in 's-Heerenberg, Montferland municipality, in the Netherlands.
  • The older, for Abbess Elisabeth von Bergh-s'Heerenberg who died in 1614, contains significant Renaissance elements.
  • After the death of her brother Oswald III in 1712, she inherited the County of 's-Heerenberg, which thus fell to the House of Hohenzollern.
  • The family of the earls Van den Bergh from 's-Heerenberg stimulated a cultural flowering in Boxmeer.
  • In February 2010 Salesians were accused of sexual abuse in their juvenate Don Rua in 's-Heerenberg.
  • Here he occupied himself for some time in clearing the country of brigands who in the guise of soldiers infested that region and made the little cities of Deutecom, Anholt, and Heerenberg unsafe. Cited from History United Netherlands, 1595 by Motley
  • In February 2010 the Salesians were accused of sexual abuse in their juvenate Don Rua in 's-Heerenberg.
  • Mechteld ten Ham (died 25 July 1605) was an alleged Dutch witch in the city of 's-Heerenberg in the Netherlands.
  • He did his primary studies at the gymnasium in Oldenzaal, completed his higher studies in the Seminary of 's-Heerenberg on 10 March 1838 and was ordained a priest at Oegstgeest.
  • In 1584 he, his brothers Frederik and Hendrik and their father Willem IV van den Bergh joined the Spanish side in the War, though Herman was still active in States service as a captain and garrison commander active 's Heerenberg and Doetinchem.

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