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Groningen

Groningen - description of the city:

Groningen is city of Netherlands (Provincie Groningen). The population of Groningen: 181,194 people. Geographic coordinates of Groningen: 53.21917 x 6.56667.

Country Netherlands
International title Groningen
Population 181,194 people
Timezone Europe/Amsterdam
State Provincie Groningen
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 53.21917 x Longitude: 6.56667

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Acquaintance to Groningen
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Sights of Groningen
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Magic world of Groningen
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Famous places of Groningen
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Famous Landmarks of Groningen
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Photos of Groningen
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Places to see in Groningen
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Groningen Photogallery
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Places of interest in Groningen
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The beauty of Groningen
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Travel across Groningen
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One day in Groningen
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Places to visit in Groningen

  • Groninger Museum
  • Martinitoren
  • Noorderplantsoen
  • Het Noordelijk Scheepvaartmuseum
  • Martinikerk
  • City hall, Groningen
  • Prinsentuin
  • Der Aa-kerk
  • Sint Geertruidsgasthuis
  • Gasunie

Famous Places

Karlsplatz Pavilions
Country: Austria

Otto Wagner (92) was responsible for designing and engineering many aspects of Vienna’s early underground system in the late 19th century. His plans, however, did not materialize until the 1960s, when work on the metro started. One of the undergr ...

Judenburg
Country: Austria

This town at the fork of a road is an old mercantile centre that took its name from the Juden, or Jews, who once lived and traded here. When Emperor Maximilian expelled the Jews in 1496, the town went into decline. Not much remains of the medieval ...

Hallein
Country: Austria

The town of Hallein was founded in the 13th century, but salt was mined here way back in prehistoric times. The long association with the salt trade is apparent from the town’s name: hall is the Celtic word for “salt”. The “white goldâ ...

Hochosterwitz
Country: Austria

The fortress of Hochosterwitz, one of the symbols of Carinthia, perches on a rock 160 m (525 ft) high and is clearly visible from afar. Although the origins of the castle can be traced back to Roman times, it was built in the 16th century by Domeni ...

Outer Trondheimsfjorden
Country: Norway

Name The fjord gets its name from Trondheim – but at first the fjord could have been Pround or Prond in the Old Norse language. That name would have been related to the verb proast, and that translates to “flourish” or “thr ...

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