Testing infoboxes of citiesEdit

Sint-Oedenrode
From top down, left to right: St. Martin Church square,
Henkenshage Castle, Dommelrode Castle and town hall,
Knop Tower, former town hall, Monument to the Dutch,
St. Paulus guest house AD 1435, St. Damien Seminary






The Hague
From top down, left to right: The Square in the city centre,
Peace Palace; seat of the World Court, Noordeinde Palace,
the Passage, Huis ten Bosch royal palace, the Ridderzaal,
Kurhaus of Scheveningen, the Mauritshuis art museum,
Binnenhof; seat of the States General of the Netherlands
Amsterdam
Veghel
From top down, left to right: Market Square of Veghel
Former Cantonal Court and Town Hall, Villa Klondike
Sacred Heart, New Objectivity Silo, Airborne Monument
Saint Lambert Church, Former Synagogue of Veghel





Rotterdam



's-Hertogenbosch


Wikipedia:Dutch architecture, towns, or communes outside the Low CountriesEdit

This page is dedicated to cities, towns, hamlets, districts/neighbourhoods and other places relating to, or resembling the Netherlands, but are not located in the Netherlands nor in the Low Countries. These could be locations with Dutch colonial heritage, locations named after Dutch explorers or settlers, communes founded by Dutch emigrants, theme parks replicating the Netherlands, or individual buildings deliberately modeled after traditional Dutch architecture. Feel free to add something to the article at any time.

 
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