Een ander rondje Noord Holland
Published: 21/11/2017
Zaanse Schans
It is not really a round, but start and end are close together. With this route you will discover Noord Holland in a different way. You avoid the famous places and see other beautiful sights. Click on the yellow route points for information about the point of interest at the relevant route point. But of course it is also nice to drive on most quiet roads. As you are used to, all route points during the writing of this review are correct and the route is the same for TomTom, Garmin and MyRoute-app Navigation. If you do not want to start at Motozoom, you can adjust the start of the route, which requires registration with MyRoute-app. Do you want to save the route without registration? No problem, click on 'Use route' and on the next page click on 'Save as'.
Fort Veldhuis
Kasteel Nuwendoorn
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Egmond aan den Hoef
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About this region
Egmond aan den Hoef (52°37′N 4°39′E) is a village in the Dutch province of North Holland. It is a part of the municipality of Bergen, and lies about 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) west of Alkmaar. Until 2001, Egmond aan den Hoef was part of the municipality of Egmond. In 2001 Egmond aan den Hoef had 2491 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.42 square kilometres (100 acres), and contained 922 residences. The wider statistical area of Egmond aan den Hoef had a population of around 3540, which had risen to 3920 by end 2008.In Egmond aan den Hoef are the remains of Egmond Castle, the residence of the House of Egmond. The castle was first built in the 11th century, and was destroyed around 1205. It was rebuilt and fortified, and was destroyed again in the 14th century. Again it was rebuilt. In 1573 at the order of William the Silent it was demolished by the Geuzen, led by Diederik Sonoy. The remnants were taken down at the end of the 18th century. During the 1930s the remains were dug up. The French philosopher René Descartes, author of Meditations on First Philosophy, lived in Egmond aan den Hoef, right near the castle remains, in 1643-44 and perhaps longer. For many years he lived in the neighboring village of Egmond-Binnen.
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