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|This is the Defense line of Amsterdam (in Dutch named Stelling van Amsterdam) is a 135 km long ring of fortifications around Amsterdam, consisting of 42 forts located between 10 to 15 kilometers the centre.||10/11/2007||797|
|An 8 man (or woman) rowing team practicing on a river.||09/11/2006||682|
|Bus 111 runs between Amsterdam and Marken.|
All bus stops between Amsterdam and Marken are covered.
By pressing the 'play' button it is possible to follow the route from Amsterdam to Marken.
|Rowing boats at the OL Rowing Stadium in Munich||01/12/2008||374|
|I couldn't find any in the water, but here are rowing sculls waiting for warmer weather. Note there are no leaves on trees.||08/24/2005||447|
|Google Earth gives a wrong description. It's the rowing and canoe center not Marathon airport.||08/19/2005||397|
|Two long rowing boats and their coach training in the Thames, look up and down the river and you will see plenty more||10/22/2006||347|
|The Olympisch Stadion is a stadium built as the main stadium for the 1928 Summer Olympics in Amsterdam. When completed, the stadium had a capacity of 31,600. Following the completion of the rival De Kuip stadium in Rotterdam in 1937, the Amsterdam authorities decided to increase the capacity of the Olympisch Stadion to 64,000 by adding a second ring to the stadium. AFC Ajax used the Olympisch S...||02/07/2006||647|
|You can see two rowing boats with a support boat on the Thames River.||01/19/2007||332|
|Normaal Amsterdams Peil (NAP) or Amsterdam Ordnance Datum is a vertical datum in use in large parts of Western Europe. |
Originally created for use in The Netherlands, it was adopted by Germany in 1879 under the name Normal Null, and in 1955 by other European countries.
In the Amsterdam City Hall you can see the N.A.P. A bronze bolt shows the exact height of the N.A.P.
|Amsterdam has a lot of bridges. Each bridge has a number.|
Each bridge (NL: Brug) in this list is nominated as monument by the Amsterdam counsil.
|This island was discovered by the Spanish explorer Juan Sebastián Elcano on March 18, 1522. Elcano did not name the island, however.|
Having found the island unnamed, the Dutch captain Anthonie van Diemen named it Nieuw Amsterdam (Dutch for New Amsterdam) after his ship in 1633.
French Captain François Péron, was marooned three years on this island. Péron had been o...