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North Brabant (Dutch: Noord-Brabant [ˈnoːrt ˈbraːbɑnt]), also unofficially called Brabant since 2001, is a province in the south of the Netherlands. It borders the provinces of South Holland and Gelderland to the north, Limburg to the east, Zeeland to the west, and the Belgian provinces of Antwerp and Limburg to the south. The northern border follows the Meuse (Maas) river westwards, where it mouths into the Hollands Diep strait, part of the Rhine–Meuse–Scheldt delta.
Cities, towns & villages in North Brabant
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BatadorpBatadorp is a neighbourhood of the Dutch town of Best, just northwest of Eindhoven, which the Czech Bata Shoes company built a factory in 1934 on land that the company bought from the municipality. Bata sought expansion abroad, partly to circumvent tariffs, and built factories and entire villages. Bata had operated shops in the Netherlands since 1922, and chose to locate in Best because land and labour were cheaply available. It also had good transport links, being at the junction of the Wilhelmina Canal with the Beatrix Canal and close to a railway. The factory it built there in 1933 was an exact copy of the headquarters in Zlín. Show Batadorpon the map
BrandevoortBrandevoort is a neighbourhood of Helmond in the Netherlands, located in the south-west of the municipality, just north of Mierlo. It is a Vinex-location and was built according to the principles of New Urbanism and New Classical Architecture. As of 1 January 2014, the neighbourhood is home to approximately 9,000 people living in a total of 3,000 houses and apartments. Show Brandevoorton the map
OoievaarsnestOoievaarsnest is a neighborhood in Eindhoven, Netherlands. The neighborhood is located in the quarter of Oud Kasteel and district of Gestel, in the extreme southwest of the city and adjoins the southwestern city limits; it is separated from Veldhoven only by the A2 motorway. Show Ooievaarsneston the map
HerpenHerpen is a village in North Brabant. It lies between Oss and Nijmegen. There live approximately 3,000 people. Since 2003, Herpen is part of municipality Oss. In the period 1941 - 2003 it was part of municipality Ravenstein, a small city near the river Maas. Before 1941, Herpen had its own municipality, covering the villages Overlangel and Koolwijk. The people from Herpen are sometimes referred to as \"Bonne\", meaning \"beans\". With carneval Herpen becomes \"Bonneland\". This is a reference to the beans that were a main product from Herpen's farmers. Show Herpenon the map
WoenselWoensel is a former town in the Dutch province of North Brabant, but nowadays a borough of Eindhoven. An important rural village in North Brabant, Woensel is mentioned in a document from 1107; it was the seat of a deanage of the diocese of Liège. According to the German mythologist Jacob Grimm is the name Woensel a reference to the Germanic god Wodan (Odin in Norse mythology). The suffix would have been an abbreviation of either -sala (\"hall\") or -loo (\"forest\"). Known to at least Eindhoven's inhabitants are There is also a World War II cemetery of the Commonwealth of Nations. Show Woenselon the map
DrunenDrunen is a town with a population of 17,783 (1 January 2008) in the municipality of Heusden in the southern Netherlands. Drunen is part of a region called the Langstraat ('long road') which is historically known for its leather and shoe industry. Since 1813, Drunen was a separate municipality, consisting of the towns Drunen, Elshout, and Giersbergen. Show Drunenon the map
LiempdeLiempde is a village in the Netherlands in the municipality Boxtel. Annually the Flevo Christian music festival is held here. In 2005 the event What the Hack took place in Liempde. Liempde is situated in the center of the Dutch province North Brabant in the valley of the Dommel. It lies in the center of the triangle formed by 's-Hertogenbosch, Tilburg and Eindhoven. Until the end of the nineteenth century it was a dark and diffuse area. The economy was mostly based on the production of wooden shoes. Today a few of these manufacturers still exist. In the beginning of the twentieth century Philips changed Eindhoven in the 'city of lights'. In Liempde this turned the darkness into a gloom. Each year at second Easter day the people celebrate the 'coming of the gloom' by a manifestation called@en . Show Liempdeon the map
TilburgTilburg [ˈtɪlbɵr(ə)x] (13px listen) is a landlocked municipality and a city in the Netherlands, located in the southern province of municipality also includes the villages of Berkel-Enschot and Udenhout. With a population of 210,289, it is the second largest city of Noord-Brabant, and the sixth largest city of the Netherlands. Its metropolitan area, which includes Goirle, has 300,249 inhabitants. Tilburg University is located in Tilburg, as are Avans University of Applied Sciences and Fontys University of Applied Sciences. Show Tilburgon the map
RosmalenRosmalen (Dutch pronunciation: [rɔsˈmaːlə(n)]) is a town in the province of North Brabant, in the south of the Netherlands. It is located east of the city of 's-Hertogenbosch (Den Bosch) and has belonged to that municipality since 1996. Its population is around 35,000. In 2005 the town began construction of a new neighbourhood, De Groote Wielen (named after the large kolks in the area created by flood water). 5,000 Homes and other buildings will be located in this development. Show Rosmalenon the map
LepelstraatLepelstraat is a small Dutch community six kilometres north of the city of Bergen op Zoom, and part of the municipality with that name.It has 2,342 inhabitants and 30 percent of the municipality consists of farmland. Its earliest records of history date back to 1298 where in a manuscript of landrights it was mentioned as \"Den Leepel Straet.\" Show Lepelstraaton the map
OudemolenOudemolen is a hamlet in the province of North Brabant, one of the eleven provinces in the Netherlands. Presently it is located in the municipality of Moerdijk, which is an amalgamation of a variety of former municipalities, prominently among them Fijnaart, Klundert, Willemstad and the village of Moerdijk. Oudemolen was administered in the past by the municipality of Fijnaart. Show Oudemolenon the map
HelmondHelmond (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɦɛlmɔnt] (13px listen); called Héllemond in the local dialect) is a municipality and a city in the province of North Brabant in the southern Netherlands. Helmond has many textile companies. The Vlisco factory is located next to the Zuid-Willemsvaart canal which runs through the city. The spoken language is Helmonds (an East Brabantian dialect). Show Helmondon the map
ErpErp is a town in the southern Netherlands. It is located in the province of North Brabant, between 's-Hertogenbosch and Eindhoven. Before 1994, Erp was a municipality consisting of the town of Erp and the villages of Boerdonk and Keldonk, however after that year due to government reorganization, the municipality of Erp merged with the municipality of Veghel, to form one municipality under the latter's name. The area of the former municipality of Erp has a population of 6,663. The current municipality of Veghel has a population of 37,655. Show Erpon the map
PuttePutte is part of the Dutch municipality of Woensdrecht, and had 3751 inhabitants as of 1 January 2008. The village lies on and extends over the border between the Netherlands and Belgium, the Belgian part being Putte, Kapellen. The former municipality (which merged with several other communities to form the municipality of Woensdrecht in 1997) covered 18,56 sq. kilometres, of which much is forest and moorland. Show Putteon the map
BokhovenBokhoven is a village in the Netherlands, in the municipality of 's-Hertogenbosch. It is located about seven kilometres northwest of the city center, on the south bank of the river Maas. Until 1795 Bokhoven was an independent county, and after 1579 had been an enclave of the Holy Roman Empire within the Dutch Republic. As the counts remained Roman Catholic after the Protestant Reformation, the county provided an opportunity for catholic inhabitants living in the surrounding areas under the control of the calvinists to attend catholic services. In 1795 it was annexed by the First French Republic and in 1800 ceded to the Batavian Republic, a precursor state of the present Kingdom of the Netherlands in which Bokhoven was a separate municipality. In 1922 it was annexed by the municipality Enge Show Bokhovenon the map
GeffenGeffen had been an independent municipality in the Dutch province of North Brabant until 1993, when it became a part of the newly formed municipality Maasdonk. This lasted until 2015, when Maasdonk was dissolved and Geffen became part of Oss. In the following centuries, Geffen became a fiefdom. The Vassal of Geffen resided in the castle of Geffen close to the border of Nuland. During a French raid in the 18th century this castle was destroyed and at this time only the ditch and its fortifications can be found. Show Geffenon the map
ValkenswaardValkenswaard () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. The municipality had a population of 30,336 in 2014 and spans an area of 56.49 km2 (21.81 sq mi) of which 1.48 km2 (0.57 sq mi) is water. In the 19th and 20th century, a number of large cigar factories were founded in Valkenswaard, the two most renowned of which being Willem II and Hofnar. The spoken language is Kempenlands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch). Show Valkenswaardon the map
DeuterenDeuteren is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of 's-Hertogenbosch, about 2 km west of the city centre. According to the 19th-century historian A.J. van der Aa, this hamlet was the location of the first Reformed preaching in the area in 1566, by Cornelis van Diest. In the siege of 's-Hertogenbosch in 1629, Deuteren was the location of the headquarters of colonel Pinsen. The hamlet suffered a lot of damage in the year 1757 by high water and ice shelves. Show Deuterenon the map
RijsbergenRijsbergen (population 6,100) is a town in the municipality of Zundert in the southern Netherlands. In the territory of the former municipality of Rijsbergen was one of the most important border crossings of the country: Hazeldonk. Hazeldonk was ceded in 1997 to Breda. In the town used to be an AC (Aanmeldcentrum, i.e. Asylum Request Center). Until 1997 Rijsbergen was an independent municipality, after which it was added to Zundert. Show Rijsbergenon the map
RielRiel is a village (Dutch: dorp) in the municipality of Goirle, south of Tilburg in the province North-Brabant. Until 1997 it belonged to the municipality Alphen en Riel. On the east it is bordered by the stream valley of the river Donge, on the west by the deactivated railroad Turnhout- Tilburg. Nowadays Riel is a commuter village. In the South and East large nature preserves are located, such as the moor \"Regte Heide\", also a tumulus site, \"Riels Laag\" and hunting ground \"Hoefke\". Because the stream valley cuts through moor and sandy areas, there is a considerable difference in heights. Show Rielon the map
's Gravenmoer's Gravenmoer is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Dongen, about 3 km north of the town of Dongen. The village has a population of about 2190 inhabitants, including the farmlands to the north of the village. 's Gravenmoer was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became a part of Dongen. In the 19th century, the municipality consisted of two neighbourhoods, called Dorp or Straat (\"Village\", or \"Street\") and ('s-Gravenmoersche) Vaart (\"Canal\"). The former part is now the village of 's Gravenmoer, formerly also called 's-Moer. Show 's Gravenmoeron the map
EindhovenEindhoven (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a municipality and a city in the south of the Netherlands, originally at the confluence of the Dommel and Gender streams. The Gender was dammed short of the city centre in the 1950s and the Dommel still runs through the city. The city has a population of 223,220 in January 2015, making it the fifth-largest municipality of the Netherlands and the largest in the province of North Brabant. Show Eindhovenon the map
MegenMegen or Meghem is a small city in the southern part of the Netherlands, in the province North Brabant, close to the river Maas. It is part of the Oss municipality. The number of inhabitants is approximately 1700. Megen used to be the capital of the county Megen (including Haren, Macharen and Teeffelen) that was founded around 1145. City rights were obtained in 1357. In 1810, the County Megen became a municipality to which Haren and Macharen were added in 1821. The municipality Megen, Haren en Macharen became a part of the municipality Oss in 1994. Show Megenon the map
MierloMierlo (population: 10,265) is a town in the southern Netherlands, in the municipality of Geldrop-Mierlo, North Brabant. Until 2004, it was a separate municipality with an area of 18.09 km2 (7 sq mi). Mierlo is home to a few interesting buildings, for example the old Council house and the Windmill in the centre of the village. Sports clubs in Mierlo are Mifano and the Hockey Club. Mierlo also has a zoo (Dierenrijk), and 2 hotels (Carlton De Brug and 't Anker) and two campsites ('t Wolfsven and De Sprink). Just to the south, separated by the A67 motorway, lies the Strabrechtse Heide. Show Mierloon the map
MadeMade is a town in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Drimmelen, about 10 km northeast of Breda. Between 1997 and 1998, \"Made\" was the name of a municipality, created in the merger of the former municipalities of Hooge en Lage Zwaluwe, Made en Drimmelen, and Terheijden. In 1998, the name of the municipality was changed to \"Drimmelen\". Made lies along the highway A59, which puts it in close range of both the A16 and the A27. Show Madeon the map
AlphenAlphen is a village in the municipality of Alphen-Chaam, in the Netherlands. It is located about 12 km southwest of Tilburg. The village itself has about 2960 inhabitants; the countryside that belongs to the village has a population of about 1040. This includes the hamlets 't Zand, Alphen-Oosterwijk, Druisdijk, Looneind, Boslust, Hondseind, Het Sas, Terover, Boshoven and Kwaalburg. Until 1997, Alphen was the main village of the municipality of Alphen en Riel. Show Alphenon the map
AalstAalst is a village located 6 km south of Eindhoven, the Netherlands, on the Tongelreep stream and the road to Valkenswaard. It was an independent municipality until 1923, when it merged with the municipality of Waalre. In September 1944, Aalst saw the British XXX Corps pass along the main road from Valkenswaard to Eindhoven as part of Operation Market Garden. The spoken language is Kempenlands (an East Brabantian dialect, one of the many southern dialects of Dutch). Show Aalston the map
Sint WillebrordSint Willebrord is a town in the municipality of Rucphen in the Netherlands. It is also known by the name 't Heike de gekste which was the semi-official name up until 1950/1970 (mostly written as Theike, or less often Heike), which is the diminutive form of hei (heath) in local dialect. This town was formed on the former boundary between the \"Baronie of Breda\" and \"Het Markizaat of Bergen op Zoom\". Sint Willebrord is the largest of the five towns in the municipality of Rucphen. During Carnaval the town goes by the name of Heikneutersland Basically meaning ´Hillbillies´ land´ or ´Redneck's land´. The name \"Sint Willebrord\" comes from Saint Willibrord. Sint is the usual form in Dutch names to represent saints. Cyclist Wim van Est and footballer Rini (Pallack) Konings were famous sports perso Show Sint Willebrordon the map
UdenhoutUdenhout is a village and a former municipality in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located northeast of Tilburg, north of Berkel-Enschot and south of the National Parc Loonse en Drunense Duinen. During Carnaval Udenhout is called: \"d'n Haozepot\".In Udenhout you have a neighbourhood with streetnames as flowers. Like: \"Margriet\" and \"Roos\"(with means: Rose) Show Udenhouton the map
SteenbergenSteenbergen (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town in the province of North Brabant in the south of the Netherlands. The municipality had a population of 23,717 in 2014 and covers an area of 159.14 km2 (61.44 sq mi) of which 12.48 km2 (4.82 sq mi) is water. The municipality is mainly agricultural including a strongly growing greenhouse sector, but Steenbergen and the nearby town of Dinteloord also contain some light industry. A new stretch of A4 motorway under construction is expected to further increase the municipality's attractiveness, allowing easy connections with the large cities of Rotterdam to the north and the Belgian city of Antwerp to the south. The connection with the nearby city of Bergen op Zoom will also be improved as a result. Show Steenbergenon the map
StiphoutStiphout is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Helmond, about 2km west of the centre of that city. The town is mentioned for the first time in 1155 as 'Villa Stilpot' and in 2005 the village celebrated their 850th anniversary.It is famous for its Bavaria Profronde which occurs every year and attracts around 50.000 visitors. The spoken language is Peellands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch). Show Stiphouton the map
Sint-OedenrodeSint-Oedenrode (Dutch pronunciation: [sɪnt ˈudə(n)roːdə] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town in the south of the Netherlands. Sint-Oedenrode is a moderately urbanized town and capital of the municipality of the same name in the province of North Brabant. The town is located in the Meierij of 's-Hertogenbosch. Sint-Oedenrode had a population of 17,955 in 2014 and has an area of 64.94 km2 (25.07 sq mi). Show Sint-Oedenrodeon the map
KaatsheuvelKaatsheuvel (Dutch pronunciation: is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant, situated along highways N261 and N628. With a population of roughly 16,600, it is the largest village in and the capital of the municipality of Loon op Zand, which also consists of the villages of De Moer and Loon op Zand. As Kaatsheuvel is a municipality capital, it had a town hall located in the town centre. The town hall has been torn down in 2010 as part of a ambitious plan tot build a lively new town centre. Currently the new town centre is being built, working title Bruisend Dorpshart (Sparkling Village's Heart). Kaatsheuvel is (internationally) well known for the Efteling theme park and a gateway to National Park Loonse en Drunense Duinen. Show Kaatsheuvelon the map
BakelBakel is a village east of Helmond and Eindhoven in southern part of the Netherlands. The total population is approximately 5,000. Until the late 1990s it formed together with Milheeze and De Rips the municipality of Bakel and Milheeze but in 1997 it was forced to merge with the larger Gemert municipality. Bakel does not have old buildings with the exception of the Willibrordus Church which is the oldest in the area. However, during the 1970s, this church was modernized. In the 1990s it regained a little bit the old style decoration. Show Bakelon the map
SambeekSambeek is a small town in the southern Netherlands. It is located in the municipality of Boxmeer, North Brabant. Sambeek has 1700 inhabitants. It was an independent municipality until 1942, when the municipality was divided between Oploo, Sint Anthonis en Ledeacker and Vierlingsbeek. The tower of Sambeek is, with its height of 50 meters, the centre of the village. The oldest part of the tower dates from 1486. This tower was a part of the local Roman Catholic church, which was blown up by the Germans in the Second World War. Their plan to blow up the tower failed, it was only slightly damaged. Show Sambeekon the map
WaspikWaspik is a village in the Dutch province of Noord-Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Waalwijk. Waspik was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became part of Waalwijk. Waspik came to national attention in 2007 when a Liberian family was forced to flee the village after repeated racist attacks. An official report into events in the village concluded that everyone involved in the affair including the town council and housing corporations had failed to protect the family. 11 youths were initially charged with the attacks, though only 8 were found guilty and sentenced to community service in April 2008.After they moved from the village to Waalwijk, the where also forced to flee from this town. Show Waspikon the map
LieropLierop is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Someren, about 7 km south of Helmond. The spoken language is Peellands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch). Show Lieropon the map
HeezeHeeze is a town in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Heeze-Leende, about 9 km southeast of Eindhoven. Heeze was a separate municipality until 1997, when it merged with Leende. The Heeze Castle is located east of the town. Further east and to the north lies the Strabrechtse Heide. Show Heezeon the map
OeffeltOeffelt is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant, part of the Boxmeer municipality, about 5 km north of Boxmeer town and 6 km west of the border with the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Show Oeffelton the map
BudelBudel is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Cranendonck, 25 km outside Eindhoven. Kempen Airport is located near Budel. Budel used to be a separate municipality. It merged with Maarheeze in 1997, and changed its name a year later to Cranendonck. It is home to the Budelse Brouwerij, one of the country's largest microbreweries. South of the town the large zinc smelter of Nyrstar (named Umicore before 2007) is located. Show Budelon the map
AchtmaalAchtmaal is a village in the municipality of Zundert in the province of North Brabant, the Netherlands. It is located on the border with Belgium. During World War II, the United States Army 104th Infantry Division, 415th Infantry Regiment, liberated Achtmaal. Operation Pheasant (code-name \"Suitcase\") started on the morning of Friday 20 October 1944 just after 7:00am. On 27 October 1944 the 3rd Battalion of the 415th Infantry entered the village and Lieutenant Colonel Kelleher was handed papers by the Dutch resistance. They proved to be very helpful for the liberators. The Regiment sustained thirty-seven killed and 135 wounded during the operation. Show Achtmaalon the map
SteenselSteensel is a village on the Gender stream in the municipality of Eersel, North Brabant, the Netherlands. Steensel is part of the Acht Zaligheden (Eight Delights), along with Eersel, Knegsel, Duizel, Wintelre, Netersel, Hulsel en Reusel. In 2007, Steensel had 1,376 inhabitants. Show Steenselon the map
MaaskantjeMaaskantje (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈmaːskɑntʃə]) is a village in the Dutch province North Brabant. The village is part of the municipality south east of 's-Hertogenbosch. The village has about 1,600 inhabitants. Maaskantje is linked together with the village Den Dungen. Before 1996, Maaskantje was part of the municipality of Sint-Michielsgestel instead of the municipality of Den Dungen. In 1996, Den Dungen became part of Show Maaskantjeon the map
BredaBreda (Dutch pronunciation: [breːˈdaː] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a city in the southern part of the Netherlands. The name Breda derived from brede Aa ('wide Aa' or 'broad Aa') and refers to the confluence of the rivers Mark and Aa. As a fortified city, the city was of strategic military and political significance. Although a direct Fiefdom of the Holy Roman Emperor, the city obtained a municipal charter; the acquisition of Breda, through marriage, by the house of Nassau ensured that Breda would be at the center of political and social life in the Low Countries. Breda had a population of 180,420 in 2014; the metropolitan area had a population of 324,812. Show Bredaon the map
TongelreTongelre is a borough of Eindhoven. It used to be a separate village to the east of Eindhoven. Waterways comprise most of its borders. It is bordered to the south by a canal, the \"Eindhovensch Kanaal\" to the borough of Stratum and Geldrop municipality. In the northwest the border with Woensel borough is formed by the river \"Dommel\" and to the east by the river \"Kleine Dommel\" (little Dommel) towards Nuenen municipality. Show Tongelreon the map
AndelAndel is a village in the municipality of Woudrichem, in the Netherlands. It is located about 7 km southeast of Gorinchem. The village itself had 2330 inhabitants as of 2006; together with the surrounding countryside that belong to the village, the population is about 2520. This includes the small hamlet of Bronkhorst. Until 1973, Andel was a separate municipality. The village used to consist of two parts: an upstream part named Op-Andel (51°46′57″N 5°3′40″E / 51.78250°N 5.06111°E), and a downstream part named 5°3′15″E / 51.78417°N 5.05417°E), both on the river Meuse. Show Andelon the map
DussenDussen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is a part of the municipality of Werkendam, and is located about 12 km south of Gorinchem. Dussen was a separate municipality until 1997, when it was merged with Werkendam. Before 1908, the name of the municipality was \"Dussen, Munster en Muilkerk\". Show Dussenon the map
HoltheesHolthees is a very small village in the municipality of Boxmeer on the border of the Dutch provinces North Brabant and Limburg. It has 455 inhabitants (2011) and 185 houses (2011) The name Holthees was mentioned for the first time in 1359. It is a composition of the German words hulta (wood) and hees (forest of thicket) The town was founded around a chapel; the Mariakapel. The chapel which now stands in the center of the village dates back from the 16th century.Holthees used to provide military support during the defense of the Land of Cuijk Holthees forms a small community with Smakt Show Holtheeson the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Cranendonck, about 1.5 km southeast of Budel. Together with the hamlets of Meemortel and Bosch to the north, Heikant has a population of about 450. According to the 19th-century historian A.J. van der Aa, Heikant (or \"De Heikant\") consisted of 22 houses and had a population of 140 in the middle of the 19th century. Heikant should not be confused with the former hamlet with the same name near Gastel, 4 km to the northwest, or with any of the other hamlets named Heikant in the Netherlands. Show Heikanton the map
GeertruidenbergGeertruidenberg (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a city and municipality in the province North Brabant in the south of the Netherlands. The city, named after Saint Gertrude of Nivelles, received city rights in 1213 from the count of Holland. The fortified city prospered until the 15th century. Show Geertruidenbergon the map
DommelenDommelen is a village in the southern Netherlands. It is located in the municipality of Valkenswaard, North Brabant. Dommelen derives its name from the little brook Dommel that runs through it. Having its clear water close at hand, Dommelen is mostly known for its beer brewery from which the brand name Dommelsch is derived. Its other main attraction is an old watermill. Dommelen was a separate municipality until 1934, when it was merged with Valkenswaard. The spoken language is Kempenlands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch). Show Dommelenon the map
EerselEersel () is a municipality and a town in southern Netherlands in the province of North Brabant. Eersel is situated in the Campine (Kempen) area. Eersel is part of the Acht Zaligheden (Eight Delights) and known for its attractive market. This market, together with the Hint, has been declared a protected village on October 19, 1967. This has been done to guarantee the future survival of its authentic character. The spoken language is Kempenlands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch). Show Eerselon the map
ZandoerleZandoerle, in local tongue known as Zandoers, is a hamlet in the municipality of Veldhoven in the province of North Brabant, the Netherlands.The hamlet has a population of 120 people, as measured on the first of January 2008.The hamlet is located between the villages Oerle and Knegsel. Zandoerle can be seen as one of the two centres within the village of Oerle. The other centre is often referred to as Kerkoerle (English: Church Oerle).Zandoerle has great cultural and historical value due to its characteristic village green and monumental farms. Show Zandoerleon the map
HoogeloonHoogeloon is a Dutch village in the commune of Bladel, in North Brabant. Hoogeloon is situated 4 km north of Hapert and is around 40 km west of Eindhoven. Former capital of the commune of Hoogeloon, Hapert en Casteren, Hoogeloon has been joined to Bladel since 1997. Close to the town of Hoogeloon there are many tumulus dating from the Bronze Age, and among the largest in Benelux. To the east of the town are the remains of a Roman villa. The spoken language is Kempenlands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch). Show Hoogeloonon the map
RavensteinRavenstein (population: 8,466) is a city and a former municipality in the South of the Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. The former municipality covered an area of 42.68 km² (of which 0.96 km² water). In 2003 it was incorporated into the city of Oss. Ravenstein also included the following towns, villages and townships: Demen, Dennenburg, Deursen, Dieden, Herpen, Huisseling, Keent, Koolwijk, Neerlangel, Neerloon, Overlangel. There is also a primary school called 'Ravenstein', in Flushing. Ravenstein received city rights in 1380. Show Ravensteinon the map
Heeswijk-DintherHeeswijk-Dinther (population: 7.906) is a former old town and municipality in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant being named after the former municipalities Heeswijk and Dinther. The municipality was created in 1969, and became a part of Bernheze in 1994. Likewise, the town itself consisted of the former villages of Heeswijk and Dinther, which have grown together. After the merger into Bernheze, the town has been split up into Heeswijk and Dinther again. The municipality of Dinther included the town of Loosbroek. Show Heeswijk-Dintheron the map
HeusdenHeusden also known as Asten-Heusden is a small village in North Brabant in the Netherlands. It is in the region often known as Heuze. Heusden has a small village square with a few bars, a church, a grocery store, and a youth center. The village is only a couple kilometers from Asten which is much larger and the center of activity for most residents of Heusden. Heusden also has the romantic remains of an old castle that dates from the fifteenth century. Attached to the ruins, a seventeenth-century v-shape farmstead is still in place. Show Heusdenon the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Alphen-Chaam, about 2 km northeast of Chaam. According to the 19th-century historian A.J. van der Aa, Heikant (or \"De Heikant\") consisted of 37 houses and had a population of 230 in the middle of the 19th century. The Roman Catholic Church of the parish of Chaam used to be in this hamlet, but it was moved to the village of Chaam in 1842. Heikant should not be confused with any of the other hamlets named Heikant in the Netherlands. Show Heikanton the map
GoirleGoirle (pronounced [ˈɣoːrlə] (13px listen)) is a municipality and town in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. Part of the suburban area of the city of Tilburg, it shares with it its phone area code and public transport system. The municipality also includes the villages of Breehees and Riel. The Netherlands national football team defender Joris Mathijsen was born and raised in Goirle. The skater Ireen Wüst was also born in Goirle. Symphonic metal band Nightwish's third vocalist Floor Jansen was also born in Goirle. Show Goirleon the map
HeersHeers is a hamlet in the south of the municipality of Veldhoven in the province of North Brabant, the Netherlands.Most of the buildings are concentrated around a town square with trees. At this town square is a chapel from 1990 located. There is also a monument, erected in 1966 for the local agricultural consolidation project.Heers has a long history. The hamlet is mentioned in books from the Middle Ages. Also, archaeological artefacts from the Bronze Age and the Roman Empire have been unearthed near the hamlet. Show Heerson the map
MillMill is a village in the Dutch municipality Mill en Sint Hubert, in the province of North Brabant. Mill is known from the Battle of Mill, a two-day fight during the German invasion of the Netherlands in 1940. On 1 January 2006, Mill had 6,049 inhabitants and was the capital village of the municipality. The municipality house is located in Mill. The name is not clearly derivable from history, although it is more or less clear that the village originates at least from 1166, under the name Millen or Mylle. Show Millon the map
WouwWouw is a village in the southern Netherlands. It is located in North Brabant, between the cities Roosendaal and Bergen op Zoom, close to the border with Belgium. Until 1997 Wouw was the seat of the municipality of Wouw. The municipality consisted of the villages of Wouw, Heerle, Wouwse Plantage and Moerstraten. In 1997 Wouw was merged into the municipality of Roosendaal en Nispen, the resulting enlarged municipality becoming known simply as Roosendaal. In 2007 Wouw celebrated its 775th anniversary. Show Wouwon the map
GeldropGeldrop is a town in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Geldrop-Mierlo. Geldrop was a separate municipality until 2004, when it merged with Mierlo. Mainly to keep out of the municipality of Eindhoven. It is also known for having a neighbourhood with streets named after characters and elements from the works of JRR Tolkien. The spoken language is \"Geldrops\", a distinct dialect within the East Brabantian dialect group and is very similar of colloquial Dutch. Show Geldropon the map
CuijkCuijk (Dutch pronunciation: [kœyk] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands of pre-historic origin. Its existence is recorded on the Roman roadmap Tabula Peutingeriana under the name of Ceuclum. Cuijk is twinned with Maldon in Essex, UK. It is a big commuter town with very good public transport services to nearby Nijmegen. The nearest hospital is at Boxmeer and the nearest international airport is situated in the German town of Weeze. Cuijk has a railway station on the Nijmegen to Venlo railway. Show Cuijkon the map
MaarheezeMaarheeze is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Cranendonck, about 15 km southeast of Eindhoven, near the Belgian and the German borders. Maarheeze used to be a separate municipality. It merged with Budel in 1997, and changed its name to Cranendonck.1. Though located in North Brabant near Eindhoven, the spoken dialect is Budels (linguistically a Limburgish dialect), rather than Kempenlands (linguistically an East Brabantian dialect). Show Maarheezeon the map
Sprang-CapelleSprang-Capelle is a former municipality in the North Brabant province of the Netherlands. It was formed in 1923 as a merger of the municipalities of Sprang, Vrijhoeve-Capelle and 's Grevelduin-Capelle. Therefore Sprang-Capelle consists of three villages: 's Grevelduin-Capelle, Vrijhoeve-Capelle and Sprang. In 1997 the municipality of Sprang-Capelle was added to the municipality of Waalwijk. The amusement park Efteling is located in the neighbourhood of Sprang-Capelle. Show Sprang-Capelleon the map
BerlicumBerlicum is a town in the Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant, located in the Meierij region near the city of 's-Hertogenbosch and the river Aa. The town was most likely founded between 600 and 700 AD. It was a municipality along with the village of Middelrode until a large-scale municipal reorganisation in 1996, when Berlicum and neighbouring Den Dungen merged with the municipality of In 2009, Berlicum had 9,743 inhabitants. Show Berlicumon the map
ZesgehuchtenZesgehuchten was a municipality in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It existed until 1921, when it became part of Geldrop. The name Zesgehuchten means \"six hamlets\", referring to Gijzenrooi, Genoenhuis, Hulst, Hoog Geldrop, Hout, and Riel. Of these hamlets, Hulst and Hoog Geldrop are now part of the town of Geldrop, while Gijzenrooi, Genoenhuis and Hout still exist as separate hamlets; the hamlet of Riel is now located in the municipality Eindhoven. Show Zesgehuchtenon the map
UlicotenUlicoten is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is a part of the municipality of Baarle-Nassau and is situated about 16 km south of Breda. In 2001 the village of Ulicoten had 373 inhabitants. The built-up area of the village was 0.14 km² and contained 142 residences.The statistical area \"Ulicoten\", which also can include the peripheral parts of the village, as well as the surrounding countryside, has a population of around 1110. Show Ulicotenon the map
BabyloniënbroekBabyloniënbroek is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality Aalburg, about 7 km northwest of the town of Waalwijk. Babyloniënbroek consists of a single street, and has about 400 inhabitants. The name Babylon has the suffix Broek added. 'Broek' is a word linked to the root of the English word, 'Brook' for stream or the springs of a stream, and the meaning in Dutch is very similar, meaning swamp or swampy. Show Babyloniënbroekon the map
HankHank is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is a part of the municipality of Werkendam, and lies about 10 km (6 mi) north of Oosterhout. In 2001, the village of Hank had 2,975 inhabitants. The built-up area of the village was 0.69 km2 (0 sq mi), and contained 1,183 residences.The statistical area \"Hank\", which also can include the peripheral parts of the village, as well as the surrounding countryside, has a population of around 3,300. Show Hankon the map
NieuwendijkNieuwendijk is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is a part of the municipality of Werkendam, and lies about 8 km south of Gorinchem. In 2001, the village of Nieuwendijk had 2,212 inhabitants. The built-up area of the village was 0.60 km², and contained 880 residences.The statistical area \"Nieuwendijk\", which also can include the peripheral parts of the village, as well as the surrounding countryside, has a population of around 3,360. Show Nieuwendijkon the map
WillemstadWillemstad is a city in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Moerdijk. Its population as of 2002 was 2,329. Willemstad is a small historical town with well preserved fortifications. It lies on the Hollands Diep, close to the Haringvliet and Volkerak. It received city rights in 1585. Willemstad was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became part of Zevenbergen, which changed name to Moerdijk in 1998. Show Willemstadon the map
De RipsDe Rips is a village east of Helmond and Eindhoven in southern part of the Netherlands. Until the late 1990s it formed the municipality of Bakel and Milheeze alongside Milheeze and Bakel, but in 1997 it was forced to merge with the larger Gemert municipality. The area surrounding De Rips on the one hand has lots of nature (forest) but the agricultural economy is also dominated by bio industry. It has the highest pig density in the Netherlands. Show De Ripson the map
OventjeOventje (translated: little oven) is a small village in the Dutch province of Noord Brabant. The village is situated in the municipality of Landerd. Oventje had 490 inhabitants in 2008. Oventje has a small primary school, which has been founded in 1928. Oventje has a corn windmill, named Sint Victor, a heritage monument. In 1925, Oventje was hit by a cyclone. A lamp post distorted by the cyclone, now a heritage monument, remembers that event. Show Oventjeon the map
RaktRakt 51°40′35″N 5°34′55″E / 51.67639°N 5.58194°E is a village in the municipality of Uden, North Brabant, Netherlands. The site of a famous windmill, Molen van Jetten (built in 1811 and moved to its current location in 1900), Rakt is also home to FC de Rakt, an amateur football club founded in 1968 with its homeground at the Moleneind, below the mill. Each year the club organises a football tournament in the fields surrounding the mill. Show Rakton the map
ReuselReusel is a village and former municipality in the south of the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is one of the villages of the municipality Reusel-De Mierden. The village is known on their village dialect, which is still spoken, and for the nature area Het Goor, which is also known as the Reuselse Moeren. Also the town is known for the large amount of bars and shops. And the annual town fair (Reusel Kermis) is famous in the area. Show Reuselon the map
SchaijkSchaijk is a town in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Landerd, about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) southeast of Oss. Schaijk was a separate municipality until 1994, when it merged with Zeeland to form the new municipality of Landerd. Schaijk is famous for its carnaval, called \"moeslands carnaval\". During Carnaval, The name changes from Schaijk to Moesland, which loosely translates into \"Kale-land\". Show Schaijkon the map
BavelBavel has a population of around 6,500, the majority of the inhabitants live in the village itself, and some 590 in the surrounding countryside, including the hamlets of Roosberg, Eikberg, Bolberg, Tervoort, Lijndonk and Lage Aard. Show Bavelon the map
DongenDongen () is a municipality and a village in the southern Netherlands. In the past it was home to a profitable Leather industry, to which a few old shoe factories in the town's older sections still testify. The town is formed near a small river called \"Donge\" (about ten feet across), the water of which was used extensively for the leather industry. The Aerts Automobile was built here in 1899. Show Dongenon the map
OverloonOverloon is a village with 3,626 inhabitants on the outskirts of Peel, in the municipality of Boxmeer, Noord-Brabant. Located on the outskirts is the National Museum of War and Resistance of the Netherlands, which originated as a museum for a World War II battle (Battle of Overloon) that occurred around the village in September and October 1944. The village is located close to the A73 motorway between Venlo and Nijmegen. Show Overloonon the map
OudenboschOudenbosch is a village in the municipality Halderberge in the west of the Dutch province North Brabant. Oudenbosch is well known for its 'Basiliek' a catholic church that is a smaller copy of St. Peter's church in Rome. Oudenbosch has a railway station on the line Dordrecht - Roosendaal (completed in 1854). Oudenbosch was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became part of the new municipality of Halderberge. Show Oudenboschon the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is a part of the municipality of Baarle-Nassau, and lies about 16 km south of Breda, just south of the village of Ulicoten. This Heikant (the name means \"heath edge\") should not be confused with the other village of the same name lying 8 km to the east and also in Baarle-Nassau, or with any of the dozens of other Heikants in the Netherlands and Belgium. Show Heikanton the map
HaarenHaaren () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. Haaren is known as 'The Garden of Brabant' because of the many plantations of trees, plants etc. The municipality of Haaren contains three other villages: Helvoirt, Esch, and Biezenmortel. An unusual thing about Haaren is that it belongs to two regions, Tilburg and 's-Hertogenbosch. Show Haarenon the map
WaalwijkWaalwijk (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈʋaːlʋɛi̯k] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a city in the southern Netherlands. It had a population of 46,495 in 2014 and is located near the motorways A59 and N261. The villages of Capelle, Vrijhoeve-Capelle, Sprang (the former municipality of Sprang-Capelle) and Waspik together with the city of Waalwijk form the municipality of Waalwijk. The city has an old town center, which has recently been modernized. Show Waalwijkon the map
GorpGorp is a hamlet in the municipality of Hilvarenbeek, which is situated in the south of the Netherlands, along the border with Belgium. Once historically separate from the town of Hilvarenbeek, it has become a de facto neighborhood of this larger town. It was the birthplace of Johannes Goropius Becanus (1519-1572), the physician, linguist, and humanist, whose Latinized surname is derived from the town's name. Show Gorpon the map
PrinsenbeekPrinsenbeek is a village and a former municipality in the Dutch province North Brabant. The village is situated west of the motorway A16 (Rotterdam - Antwerp) and the TGV-line Amsterdam - Paris. Prinsenbeek is a part of the municipality Breda, and it has 11,419 inhabitants (2005). There is a train station on the line Rotterdam - Breda. When it is carnival, Prinsenbeek is called Boemeldonck (slowtrainswamp). Show Prinsenbeekon the map
LuyksgestelLuyksgestel (Dutch pronunciation: is a village in the Netherlands. It is located in the province of North Brabant, within the municipality of Bergeijk. For centuries, Luyksgestel was a part of the territories of Southern Netherlands (the present-day Belgium). Until the French revolution it was part of the Bishopric of Liège. Subsequently until 1819, it belonged to the United kingdom of the Netherlands' province of Antwerp, and only then it was transferred to where it currently belongs: the province of North Brabant, in exchange for Lommel, a neighboring village that was put into the province of Antwerp. Luyksgestel was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became part of Bergeyk. Show Luyksgestelon the map
VlijmenVlijmen is a town in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Heusden, about 6 km west of 's-Hertogenbosch. Vlijmen was a separate municipality between 1821 and 1997. It was created from part of the former municipality Vlijmen en Engelen. After Haarsteeg and Nieuwkuijk were added to it in 1935, Vlijmen as municipality ceased to exist when it became part of Heusden in 1997. Show Vlijmenon the map
CastelréCastelré is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is a part of the municipality of Baarle-Nassau, and lies some 20 km south of Breda. The population of the Castelré statistical district – which includes the surrounding countryside and is officially characterized as an area of \"scattered houses\" – is around 140. In 2000 a millennium chapel was built at the 't Groesje. Show Castelréon the map
EerdeEerde is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is part of the municipality of Veghel, located about 500 m west of the built-up area of Veghel and 3 km southwest of the town centre of Veghel. During Operation Market Garden, in September 1944, it changed hands several times between German and American forces but ended up in American hands; the village was severely damaged in the process. Show Eerdeon the map
SchootSchoot is a hamlet in the municipality of Veldhoven in the province of North Brabant, the Netherlands.The hamlet is located on a street with the same name. This street is a side street of the Knegselseweg, the road connecting Veldhoven with the village Knegsel.East of Schoot lies the residential area Pegbroeken. West of Schoot flows the small stream the Poelenloop and lies the forest area Oeyenbos. Show Schooton the map
HalsterenHalsteren is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Bergen op Zoom, about 1 km north of that city. Halsteren has an old church from 1457 and a new church, built in 1919. A little village called Polder was located between Halsteren and Tholen in the Middle Ages. Halsteren was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became a part of Bergen op Zoom. Show Halsterenon the map
HeikantHeikant or Oordeel Heikant is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is a part of the municipality of Baarle-Nassau, and lies about 15 km south of Tilburg. This Heikant (the name means \"heath edge\") should not be confused with the other hamlet of the same name lying 8 km to the west and also in Baarle-Nassau, or with any of the dozens of other Heikants in the Netherlands and Belgium. Show Heikanton the map
DeursenDeursen-Dennenburg is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Oss, about 8 km northeast of Oss itself. The village was formed from two former villages: the main part consists of Deursen, and the western end of the village used to be called Dennenburg. \"Deursen en Dennenburg\" was a separate municipality until 1923, when it was merged with Ravenstein. Show Deursenon the map
HoevenHoeven is a village in the municipality of Halderberge in the Netherlands. The name Hoeven originated from the purchase of a certain amount of ground in 1282 by the abbey of Cistercienser of St. Bernard. This amount was equal to 100 \"hoeven\", a local measure of area in those days. A hoeve is approximately 12 bunder. A \"bunder\" equals the area of the average agricultural farm in the Netherlands. Show Hoevenon the map
Aarle-RixtelAarle-Rixtel is a village in the Dutch municipality of Laarbeek in North Brabant. It lies about 4 km north of Helmond. Since the municipal reorganization of 1968 the castle Croy is part of Aarle-Rixtel. Until the municipal reorganization of 1997, Aarle-Rixtel was a separate municipality. The spoken language is Peellands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to Standard Dutch). Show Aarle-Rixtelon the map
MacharenMacharen is a small town in the southern part of the Netherlands, in the province North Brabant. It is part of the Oss municipality. The number of inhabitants is approximately 800. Macharen originally was a part of the county Megen, which was founded around 1145. In 1810, it became municipality together with Megen and Haren. It became a part of the municipality Oss in 1994. Show Macharenon the map
VlierdenVlierden is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Deurne, about 20 km east of Eindhoven. Vlierden was a separate municipality until 1926, when it merged with Deurne en Liessel to form the new municipality \"Deurne\". The spoken language is Peellands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch). Show Vlierdenon the map
's-Hertogenbosch's-Hertogenbosch (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen), literally \"The Duke's Forest\" in English, and historically in French: Bois-le-Duc), colloquially known as Den Bosch (Dutch pronunciation: [dɛmˈbɔs] (13px listen), literally \"The Forest\" in English), is a city and municipality in the southern Netherlands. It is the capital of the province of North Brabant. Show 's-Hertogenboschon the map
BestBest () is a municipality and a village in the southern Netherlands. It is situated northwest of the city Eindhoven, and is also part of the agglomeration of this city. The headquarters of Europe's largest meat processor Vion NV are located in Best, as are Philips Healthcare and the Bata Shoe Organization's \"Bata Protective\" operations (B2B). Show Beston the map
BoxtelBoxtel (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈbɔkstəl]) is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. This is the origin of the Van Boxtel family, which has numerous descendants in North Brabant. The town was the site of the Battle of Boxtel fought in September 1794 during the Flanders campaign. It is often principally remembered as the first battle of the future Duke of Wellington. Show Boxtelon the map
EmmikhovenEmmikhoven is a former village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It was located just south of Almkerk, on the other side of the small river Alm, and is now a part of that village. Emmikhoven and nearby Waardhuizen formed a separate municipality until 1879, under the name Emmikhoven en Waardhuizen or Emmikhoven c.a., when it was merged with Almkerk. Show Emmikhovenon the map
GemertGemert is a town in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Gemert-Bakel. On January 1, 2009 there were 15,268 inhabitants in Gemert. Gemert was a separate municipality until 1997, when it merged with Bakel. The spoken language is Peellands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch). Show Gemerton the map
RiethovenRiethoven is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Bergeijk, about 15 km (9.3 mi) southwest of Eindhoven. Riethoven was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became part of Bergeijk. The spoken language is Kempenlands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to Standard Dutch). Show Riethovenon the map
LieshoutLieshout is a small village located in the province of North Brabant in the south of the Netherlands, about 15 kilometres northeast of Eindhoven. There are 4,300 inhabitants, and the village is known for its beer brewery called 'Bavaria'.The spoken language is Peellands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to Standard Dutch). Show Lieshouton the map
NulandNuland is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located about 8 km (5 mi) east of 's-Hertogenbosch. Nuland was a separate municipality until 1993, when merged with Geffen and Vinkel to create the new municipality of Maasdonk. This lasted until 2015, when Maasdonk was dissolved and Nuland became part of 's-Hertogenbosch. Show Nulandon the map
CapelleCapelle is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located about 6 km west of Waalwijk. Capelle was a separate municipality until 1923, when it merged with Sprang and Vrijhoeve-Capelle. They formed the new municipality of Sprang-Capelle, which existed until 1997. Since 1997 Capelle is part of the municipality of Waalwijk. Show Capelleon the map
StratumStratum is a former village in the Dutch province of North Brabant, now one of the seven boroughs of Eindhoven. Stratum was a separate municipality until 1920, when it became part of Eindhoven. It was centered on the south gate of Eindhoven, before the industrial age. Most of Stratum's neighbourhoods were built between 1920 and 1950. Show Stratumon the map
HeeschHeesch (Dutch pronunciation: [ɦeːs]) is a village without city rights in the Dutch province of North Brabant. Heesch is next to the village Vinkel. It is located in the municipality of Bernheze, about 3 km south of Oss. Heesch was a separate municipality until 1994, when it merged with Heeswijk-Dinther and Nistelrode. The new municipality was originally called \"Heesch\", but changed its name to \"Bernheze\" in 1995. Show Heeschon the map
SleeuwijkSleeuwijk is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is a part of the municipality of Werkendam, lies about 3 km southwest of Gorinchem and borders the hamlet of 't Zand to the southeast. The village of Sleeuwijk has about 6,000 inhabitants.The built-up area of the village was 1.2 km², and contained 2000 residences in 2009. Show Sleeuwijkon the map
ToomToom is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Cranendonck, about 1 km west of Budel, and a few hundred metres from the Belgian border. In the middle of the 19th century, the hamlet had a population of 140. Currently, together with neighbouring Berg, the hamlet has 340 inhabitants. Show Toomon the map
GasselGassel is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Grave. Gassel was a separate municipality since the year 1811 until 1942, when it was merged with Beers.In the year 1994 the municipality Beers was divided between Cuijk and Grave, and so Gassel became incorporated into Grave. Show Gasselon the map
HeusdenHeusden ([ˈɦøːzdə(n)] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town in the South of the Netherlands. It is located between the towns Waalwijk and 's-Hertogenbosch. The municipality of Heusden, including Herpt, Heesbeen, Hedikhuizen, Doeveren, and Oudheusden, fused with Drunen and Vlijmen in 1997, giving the municipality its current form. Show Heusdenon the map
GraveGrave (, formerly De Graaf) is a municipality in the Dutch province North Brabant. The municipality had a population of 12,746 in 2014. Grave is a member of the Dutch Association of Fortified Cities. The municipality includes the following cities: Grave (capital), Velp, Escharen and Gassel. Show Graveon the map
NuenenNuenen (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈnynə(n)]) is a town in the municipality of Nuenen, Gerwen en Nederwetten in the Netherlands. From 1883 to 1885, Vincent van Gogh lived and worked in Nuenen. In 1944, the town was a battle scene during Operation Market Garden. The local dialect is called Peellands. In 2009, Nuenen had a population of 22,437. Show Nuenenon the map
VorstenboschVorstenbosch is one of the population centres of the municipality Bernheze. Bernheze is located in the province of North Brabant, one of the 12 provinces of the Netherlands. Before 1994 it formed with Nistelrode the municipality Nistelrode. The number of inhabitants is about 1,800 (2005). Interesting things to see: \n* Parish church St. Lambertus \n* Corn mill \"Windlust\", completely restored in 2008 \n* Old lime tree \n* Blow dunes in the vicinity (Bedaf) Show Vorstenboschon the map
BeersBeers (Brabants: Bèèrs) is a village in the Dutch municipality of Cuijk. It is located about 4 km west of Cuijk. Beers has a population of about 1721: 1305 in the village itself, and 416 in the surrounding countryside, including the hamlets De Plaats and Dommelsvoort. Until 1994, Beers was a separate municipality. Show Beerson the map
CromvoirtCromvoirt is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Vught. Cromvoirt was a separate municipality until 1933, when it was merged with Vught. The northern part of the municipality, containing the hamlet Deuteren, became a part of the municipality of 's-Hertogenbosch. Show Cromvoirton the map
OirschotOirschot (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈoːrsxɔt] (13px listen); dialect: Orskot) is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. It is situated 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) from the city of Eindhoven and 20 kilometres (12 mi) from the city of Tilburg in the province Noord-Brabant (North Brabant). The municipality had a population of 18,016 in 2014. Show Oirschoton the map
SterkselSterksel is a village in the southern Netherlands, near Eindhoven. It lies within the municipality Heeze-Leende. It's the smallest village of three in the municipality.The spoken language is a distinct dialect within the East Brabantian dialect group and is very similar of colloquial Dutch. Show Sterkselon the map
HelvoirtHelvoirt (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɦɛlvoːrt]) is a village and part of the municipality of Haaren, North Brabant, Netherlands. Helvoirt was a separate municipality until 1996, when it became a part of Haaren. From 1871 to 1875 Theodorus van Gogh, father of the artist Vincent van Gogh, served as Reverend of the Dutch Reformed Church. Show Helvoirton the map
Den DungenDen Dungen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Sint-Michielsgestel next to the village Maaskantje. Den Dungen was a separate municipality until 1996, when it was merged with Den Dungen is a twin town of Portishead, Somerset in England. Show Den Dungenon the map
HedikhuizenHedikhuizen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Heusden, about 3 km east of that city. Hedikhuizen was a separate municipality until 1935, when the municipality was divided between Vlijmen and Heusden. The village of Hedikhuizen became part of Heusden. Show Hedikhuizenon the map
HarenHaren (population: 8,466), mun. Oss, is a town in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. The former municipality covered an area of 42.68 km² (of which 0.96 km² water). Before it became a part of the municipality Oss in 1994, Haren was a municipality together with Macharen and Megen. Show Harenon the map
GiessenGiessen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Woudrichem, about 7 km southeast of Gorinchem. It has about 1500 inhabitants. Giessen was a separate municipality until 1973, when it became a part of Woudrichem. Giessen is part of the New Dutch Water Line. Show Giessenon the map
Het WildHet Wild is a village in the southern Netherlands, located in the municipality of Oss, North Brabant on the left bank of the river Meuse. Het Wild is a settlement without a church and the smallest inhabited place in the former municipality of Lith. As of 1 January 2007, Het Wild had 306 inhabitants. Show Het Wildon the map
HilvarenbeekHilvarenbeek () is a municipality and a town in the south of the Netherlands, along the border with Belgium. The biggest tourist attraction is called Beekse Bergen, consisting of a safari park, amusement park/playground, holiday bungalow park, and camping parks. Show Hilvarenbeekon the map
MeeuwenMeeuwen is a village in the southern Netherlands. It is located in Aalburg, North Brabant, about 8 km northwest of Waalwijk. Meeuwen was a separate municipality until 1923, when it became part of Aalburg. Until 1908, the official name of the municipality was Meeuwen, Hill en Babyloniënbroek. Show Meeuwenon the map
RaamsdonksveerRaamsdonksveer is a town in the Dutch municipality of Geertruidenberg, North Brabant. It lies on the east side of the Donge opposite Geertruidenberg. It is a regional center of commerce and industry. Raamsdonksveer lies between Oosterhout and Hank. Before 1950 it had a small railway station. Show Raamsdonksveeron the map
BosschenhoofdBosschenhoofd is a village in the municipality of Halderberge in the province of North Brabant in the Netherlands. The village is also known as Seppe, a name used by the nearby Seppe Airport. Before the municipal reorganization of 1997, Bosschenhoofd belonged to the municipality of Hoeven. Show Bosschenhoofdon the map
EethenEethen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Aalburg. Eethen was a separate municipality between 1923 and 1973. It was formed by the merging of the municipalities of Drongelen, Genderen, and Meeuwen, and became a part of Aalburg in 1973. Show Eethenon the map
LoosbroekLoosbroek is a village and parish in the southern Netherlands. It is located in the municipality Bernheze, North Brabant. Loosbroek has about 1266 (2011) inhabitants. Before 1994 the territory of Loosbroek was divided between three municipalities, Nistelrode, Heesch and Heeswijk-Dinther. Show Loosbroekon the map
KlundertKlundert (population as of 2016: 7,328) is a city in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located close to the Hollands Diep, about 3 km northwest of Zevenbergen. It received city rights in 1357. Klundert was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became a part of Moerdijk. Show Klunderton the map
DiessenDiessen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Hilvarenbeek. Diessen was a separate municipality until 1997, when it was merged with Hilvarenbeek. Diessen is hypothesized to be the birthplace Deusone of the Gallic Emperor Postumus. Show Diessenon the map
DrongelenDrongelen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Aalburg. Drongelen was a separate municipality until 1923, when it was merged with Eethen. Before 1908, the name of the municipality was Drongelen, Haagoort, Gansoijen en Doeveren. Show Drongelenon the map
HerptHerpt is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Heusden, about 1 km southeast of the center of the city. Herpt was a separate municipality until 1935 (sometimes called Herpt en Bern or Herpt c.a.), when it became a part of Heusden. Show Herpton the map
SprundelSprundel is a hamlet in the southern Netherlands, in the Rucphen municipality.In the past it was the main city of the region, with roads to Roosendaal to the west, Breda to the east, Rotterdam to the north and Antwerp to the south. Film Director Ad Bol was born and raised here. Show Sprundelon the map
CranendonckCranendonck () is a municipality in the southern Netherlands.Though located in North Brabant near Eindhoven, the spoken dialect is Budels (linguistically a Limburgish dialect), rather than Kempenlands (linguistically an East Brabantian dialect). Show Cranendonckon the map
SchijndelSchijndel () is a municipality in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. Schijndel is located approximately 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) southeast of 's-Hertogenbosch. Schijndel was founded on the 6th of December in the year 1309. Show Schijndelon the map
DeurneDeurne [ˈdøːrnə] (13px listen) is a rural municipality and eponymous village in the province of North Brabant in the Netherlands. Including the villages of Liessel, Vlierden, Neerkant, and Helenaveen, Deurne had a population of 31,711 in 2014 and cover an area of 118.36 km2 (45.70 sq mi). Show Deurneon the map
WoensdrechtWoensdrecht () is a municipality (named after the village) in the southern Netherlands. Woensdrecht is the home of the Woensdrecht Air Base, which is located to the north-east of the village of Woensdrecht and to the north-west of Huijbergen. Show Woensdrechton the map
OplooOploo is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of St. Anthonis. Oploo was a separate municipality until 1821, when it merged with Sint Anthonis en Ledeacker to form the new municipality of Oploo, Sint Anthonis en Ledeacker. Show Oplooon the map
ZandbergZandberg is a neighbourhood and residential district to the southeast of the city centre of Breda, an extension raised in the 1920s and 1930s. It is only one of four parts of one of the seven greater quarters of that city, officially called 'Breda East' (Breda Oost). Show Zandbergon the map
VierbannenVierbannen is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is a part of the municipality of Werkendam, and lies about 11 km south of Gorinchem. The statistical area \"Vierbannen\", which also can include the surrounding countryside, has a population of around 240. Show Vierbannenon the map
SprokkelboschSprokkelbosch is a former hamlet near Rosmalen, Netherlands. Sprokkelbosch was south of the Tilburg - Nijmegen railway and had its own railway station; its name was also Sprokkelbosch. The road which led to Sprokkelbosch is now a cycling road in the urb Sparrenburg. Show Sprokkelboschon the map
UlvenhoutUlvenhout is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Breda. The part south of the A58 motorway came to the municipality of Alphen-Chaam and is called Ulvenhout AC 16x16px Media related to at Wikimedia Commons Show Ulvenhouton the map
RijenRijen is the largest place in the Dutch municipality of Gilze en Rijen. The city hall is located here. Rijen is situated north of the A58, between Breda and Tilburg. Surrounding places are: Dorst, Dongen and Oosterhout. As of 2011 Rijen has over 16,000 inhabitants. Show Rijenon the map
GenderenGenderen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Aalburg. Genderen was a separate municipality until 1923, when it was merged with Eethen. Before 1908, the name of the municipality was Heesbeen, Eethen en Genderen. Show Genderenon the map
DuizelDuizel is a village in the municipality of Eersel in the province of North Brabant, the Netherlands. Duizel is part of the Acht Zaligheden (Eight Delights), like Eersel, Knegsel, Steensel, Wintelre, Netersel, Hulsel and Reusel. Duizel has 1.914 inhabitants (2007). Show Duizelon the map
Someren-EindSomeren-Eind is a small town, located in the southeast of North Brabant, Netherlands. It is a part of the gemeente Someren, counting 3510 residents by 2007. Someren-Eind is located near the Zuid-Willemsvaart, a canal that connects 's-Hertogenbosch and Maastricht. Show Someren-Eindon the map
RijswijkRijswijk is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Woudrichem, about 5 km southeast of Gorinchem.It has about 1,720 inhabitants. Rijswijk was a separate municipality until 1973, when it became part of Woudrichem. Show Rijswijkon the map
SonSon is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant, in the municipality of Son en Breugel. The nearest major city is Eindhoven. During World War II, it was the site of a bridge, the capture of which was crucial to the success of Operation Market Garden in September 1944. Show Sonon the map
ZeggeZegge is a small village located in the western part of North Brabant province in the Netherlands. Due to its small size, much of the daily life of its inhabitants centers around the nearby city of Roosendaal. Zegge is part of the municipality of Rucphen. Show Zeggeon the map
GastelGastel is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Cranendonck. In 2009, the village had 700 inhabitants. Gastel was a separate municipality until 1821, when it became a part of Soerendonk, Sterksel en Gastel. Show Gastelon the map
PrincenhagePrincenhage is a neighbourhood in the southwest of the city Breda in the Dutch province of North Brabant. Until 1942, Princenhage was a separate municipality. The original name of the municipality was \"Haage\", which was changed to \"Princenhage\" in 1819. Show Princenhageon the map
BergBerg is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Cranendonck, about 2 km northwest of Budel, and a few hundred metres from the Belgian border. Together with neighbouring Toom, the hamlet has 340 inhabitants. Show Bergon the map
Nieuw-VossemeerNieuw-Vossemeer is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Steenbergen, about 10 km northeast of Bergen op Zoom. Nieuw-Vossemeer was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became part of Steenbergen. Show Nieuw-Vossemeeron the map
EmpelEmpel is a town in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of 's-Hertogenbosch. Empel was part of the municipality of Empel en Meerwijk until 1971, when the entire municipality was absorbed by that of 's-Hertogenbosch. Show Empelon the map
MariahoutMariahout is a small village located in the province of North Brabant in the south of the Netherlands, about 20 kilometers northeast of Eindhoven. Mariahout has a population of about 1700 and is the smallest village of the municipality of Laarbeek. Show Mariahouton the map
WerkendamWerkendam () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. The municipality, part of Land van Heusden en Altena, contains a large part of De Biesbosch area as is located in the province of North Brabant. Show Werkendamon the map
Vrijhoeve-CapelleVrijhoeve-Capelle is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Waalwijk, about 10 km north of Tilburg. Vrijhoeve-Capelle was a separate municipality until 1923, when it became part of Sprang-Capelle. Show Vrijhoeve-Capelleon the map
Sint-MichielsgestelSint-Michielsgestel (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town in the southern part of the Netherlands. It is located directly south of 's-Hertogenbosch, the capital of North Brabant province. Its name refers to archangel St. Michael. Show Sint-Michielsgestelon the map
OssendrechtOssendrecht is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Woensdrecht, about 12 km southeast of Bergen op Zoom. Ossendrecht was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became part of Woensdrecht. Show Ossendrechton the map
StanddaarbuitenStanddaarbuiten is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Moerdijk, about 9 km northeast of Roosendaal. Standdaarbuiten was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became part of Moerdijk. Show Standdaarbuitenon the map
NistelrodeNistelrode is a small town in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Bernheze, about 8 km south of Oss. Nistelrode was a separate municipality until 1994, when it became part of the municipality of Heesch. Show Nistelrodeon the map
KesselKessel is a village in the southern Netherlands. It is located in Oss, North Brabant about 12 km northeast of 's-Hertogenbosch on the river Maas. Kessel was a separate municipality until 1821, when it became a part of Alem, Maren en Kessel. Show Kesselon the map
RaamsdonkRaamsdonk is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Geertruidenberg, about 15 km northeast of Breda. Show Raamsdonkon the map
WanroijWanroij is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Sint Anthonis, about 9 km west of the town of Boxmeer. Wanroij was a separate municipality until 1994, when it became part of Sint Anthonis. Show Wanroijon the map
Etten-LeurEtten-Leur () is a municipality in the southern Netherlands. Its name is a combination of the two towns from which the municipality originally arose: Etten and Leur. Nowadays both towns have grown into one. Show Etten-Leuron the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the municipality of Laarbeek, in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located about 3 km east of Aarle-Rixtel. Heikant has a population of about 310; this includes a large part of the surrounding countryside. Show Heikanton the map
ZittardZittard is a hamlet in the municipality of Veldhoven in the province of North Brabant, the Netherlands.The hamlet is located on a road with the same name and consists mostly of farms. As of 2008, Zittard has a population of 160 people. Show Zittardon the map
MarenMaren is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Oss, about 10 km northeast of 's-Hertogenbosch. Maren was a separate municipality until 1821, when it became part of Alem, Maren en Kessel. Show Marenon the map
HalfmijlHalfmijl is a hamlet in the west of the municipality of Veldhoven in the province of North Brabant, the Netherlands.The hamlet is located two kilometers east of the village Vessem and consists of eight houses, most of which are farms. Show Halfmijlon the map
DinteloordDinteloord is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant.The village has 5,600 inhabitants (2004 est.) Dinteloord is known because of the sugarplant that it houses, and the Muza festivals that have been held for over 50 years. Show Dinteloordon the map
WintelreWintelre is a village in the municipality of Eersel in the province of North Brabant, the Netherlands. Wintelre is part of the Acht Zaligheden (Eight Delights), like Eersel, Duizel, Steensel, Knegsel, Netersel, Hulsel en Reusel. Show Wintelreon the map
ChaamChaam (Dutch pronunciation: [kaːm]) is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Alphen-Chaam, about 13 km southeast of Breda. Chaam was a separate municipality until 1997, when it was merged with Alphen. Show Chaamon the map
LeendeLeende is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Heeze-Leende, approximately 12 km southeast of Eindhoven. Leende was a separate municipality until 1997, when it merged with Heeze. Show Leendeon the map
KnegselKnegsel is a village in the municipality of Eersel in the province of North Brabant, the Netherlands. Knegsel is part of the Acht Zaligheden (Eight Delights), like Eersel, Duizel, Steensel, Wintelre, Netersel, Hulsel en Reusel. Show Knegselon the map
NieuwkuijkNieuwkuijk is a town in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Heusden, about 10 km west of 's-Hertogenbosch. Nieuwkuijk was a separate municipality until 1935, when it became part of Vlijmen. Show Nieuwkuijkon the map
MoergestelMoergestel is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Oisterwijk, about 7 km East of Tilburg. Moergestel was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became part of Oisterwijk. Show Moergestelon the map
HoogerheideHoogerheide is a village in the municipality of Woensdrecht, North Brabant, Netherlands. The name \"Hoogerheide\" means \"High Heath\" in English. The Grand Prix Adri van der Poel cyclo-cross race is held annually in Hoogerheide. Show Hoogerheideon the map
TeteringenTeteringen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Breda, about 4 km north of the city centre. Teteringen was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became part of Breda. Show Teteringenon the map
LithoijenLithoijen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Oss, about 5 km northwest of the city of Oss. Lithoijen was a separate municipality until 1939, when it became part of Lith. Show Lithoijenon the map
NijnselNijnsel (North Meierijs dialect: Nènzûl ) is a village in the province of North-Brabant, located in the Meierij of 's-Hertogenbosch. Nijnsel is a parish of the municipality of Sint-Oedenrode and has around 2,600 inhabitants. Show Nijnselon the map
EscharenEscharen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Grave. Escharen was a separate municipality until 1942, when its territory was divided between Grave and Mill en Sint Hubert. Show Escharenon the map
HinthamHintham is a village west of Rosmalen in the 's-Hertogenbosch municipality of Noord-Brabant province. Hintham is known for the Interchange Hintham, an interchange in the A2 motorway, the highway from Amsterdam to Maastricht. Show Hinthamon the map
VeenVeen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Aalburg, about 20 km northwest of 's-Hertogenbosch. Veen was a separate municipality until 1973, when it became part of Aalburg. Show Veenon the map
TerheijdenTerheijden is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Drimmelen, about 6 km north of Breda. Terheijden was a separate municipality until 1997, when it became part of Drimmelen. Show Terheijdenon the map
HapsHaps is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Cuijk, about 5 km south of the town of Cuijk. Haps was a separate municipality until 1994, when it became a part of Cuijk. Show Hapson the map
OerleOerle is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Veldhoven, about 7 km west of Eindhoven. Oerle was a separate municipality until 1921, when it became part of Veldhoven. Show Oerleon the map
KoningshoevenDe Koningshoeven Brewery (Brouwerij de Koningshoeven) is a Dutch Trappist brewery founded in 1884 within the walls of Koningshoeven Abbey (Abdij Onze Lieve Vrouw van Koningshoeven) in Berkel-Enschot (near Tilburg). Show Koningshoevenon the map
ZeelandZeeland is a town in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Landerd, about 5 km northeast of Uden. Zeeland was a separate municipality until 1994, when it became part of Landerd. Show Zeelandon the map
AlmkerkAlmkerk is a village in the municipality of Woudrichem, in the Netherlands. It is located about 7 km south of Gorinchem. Until 1973, Almkerk was a separate municipality. Almkerk has a population of more than 3600. Show Almkerkon the map
VelpVelp is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Grave, about 2 km southwest of the city. Velp was a separate municipality until 1942, when it became part of Grave. Show Velpon the map
ReekReek is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Landerd, about 3 km east of Schaijk. Reek was a separate municipality until 1942, when it became part of Schaijk. Show Reekon the map
VierlingsbeekVierlingsbeek is a village in the municipality of Boxmeer in North Brabant province of the Netherlands. Until it was included in Boxmeer in 1998, it also was a municipality of its own. The UN/LOCODE is NLVIE. Show Vierlingsbeekon the map
AalburgAalburg () is a municipality in the southern Netherlands. The municipality was formed in 1973 by the merging of the former municipalities of Eethen, Veen, and Wijk en Aalburg. Show Aalburgon the map
SomerenSomeren () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. The spoken language is Peellands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch). Show Somerenon the map
HoevenHoeven is a hamlet in the southern Netherlands. It is located in the Dutch province of North Brabant, in the municipality of Gemert-Bakel, about 1 km southeast of Milheeze and about 4 km north of Deurne. Show Hoevenon the map
VughtVught (Dutch pronunciation: [vɵxt] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. Many commuters live in the municipality, and the town of Vught was once named \"Best place to live\" by the Dutch magazine Elsevier. Show Vughton the map
Beek en DonkBeek en Donk is a town in the province Noord Brabant, Netherlands. There are 10,028 inhabitants. The spoken language is Peellands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch). Show Beek en Donkon the map
AchterdijkAchterdijk is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Moerdijk, about 2 km northeast of the town of Zevenbergen. The name of the hamlet means \"Back Dike\". Show Achterdijkon the map
HuijbergenHuijbergen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Woensdrecht, about 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) southeast of Bergen op Zoom, close to the Belgian border. Show Huijbergenon the map
GestelGestel is a borough in the southwestern part of the city of Eindhoven, Netherlands. Gestel used to be a separate village, and until 1920 was part of the separate municipality of Gestel en Blaarthem. Show Gestelon the map
BaardwijkBaardwijk is a former village and municipality in the Dutch province of North Brabant, between Waalwijk and Drunen. Until 1922, Baardwijk was a separate municipality; it is now a part of Waalwijk. Show Baardwijkon the map
Het SasHet Sas (Dutch pronunciation: [(ɦ)ət ˈsɑs]) (51°28′10″N 4°59′5″E / 51.46944°N 4.98472°E) is a small village in the municipality Alphen-Chaam in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located southwest of Alphen. Show Het Sason the map
EngelenEngelen is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of 's-Hertogenbosch. Engelen is neighboring Vlijmen, Bokhoven and several parts of `s-Hertogenbosch. Show Engelenon the map
VessemVessem is a village in the southern Netherlands. It is located in the municipality of Eersel, North Brabant. Cultural attractions include the Jacobusmolen windmill and several galleries. Show Vessemon the map
KaathovenKaathoven is a hamlet in the municipality of 's-Hertogenbosch, province of North Brabant, the Netherlands. The community's geographical coordinates are 51° 42' 0\" North, 5° 28' 0\" East. Show Kaathovenon the map
LaarLaar is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Nuenen, Gerwen en Nederwetten, 2 km north of the town of Nuenen, just northwest of Gerwen. Show Laaron the map
RucphenRucphen () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands between Roosendaal and Etten-Leur, south of the railway, but without a train-station. Show Rucphenon the map
WaalreWaalre () is an affluent municipality and town in the province of North Brabant in the southern Netherlands, immediately south of the city of Eindhoven. Show Waalreon the map
ZeelstZeelst is a former village in the Dutch province of North Brabant, now a neighbourhood of Veldhoven. Zeelst was a separate municipality until 1921, when it became part of Veldhoven. Show Zeelston the map
OosterhoutOosterhout (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈoːstərɦʌut] (13px listen); from ooster, \"eastern\", and hout, \"woods\") is a municipality and a city in the southern Netherlands. The municipality had a population of 53,771 in 2014. Show Oosterhouton the map
EschEsch is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Haaren. Esch was a separate municipality until 1996, when it was merged with Haaren. Show Eschon the map
Baarle-NassauBaarle-Nassau () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands, located in North Brabant province. It had a population of 6,626 in 2014. Show Baarle-Nassauon the map
Lage ZwaluweLage Zwaluwe is a village in the municipality Drimmelen, North Brabant, the Netherlands. The Lage Zwaluwe railway station and the Moerdijk bridges lie to the west of the village. Show Lage Zwaluweon the map
BerghemBerghem (older spelling: Berchem) is a town in the Dutch municipality of Oss. It is located about 4 km northeast of Oss itself. Until 1994, Berghem was a separate municipality. Show Berghemon the map
LithLith () is a town in the province North Brabant in the Netherlands. Before 2011 there was also a municipality, since 2011 Lith is a part of Oss. Show Lithon the map
MilheezeMilheeze (dialect: Millus) is a village in the Dutch province North Brabant. Milheeze is part of the municipality Gemert-Bakel. In 2007 Milheeze counted 2,015 inhabitants. Show Milheezeon the map
Sint HubertSint Hubert is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant, in the municipality of Mill en Sint Hubert. As of 2009 Sint Hubert had a population of 1,573 inhabitants. Show Sint Huberton the map
HalderHalder is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of between the towns of Sint-Michielsgestel and Vught. Show Halderon the map
VeghelVeghel (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈvɛxəl] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. Show Veghelon the map
MariaheideMariaheide is a village in the south of the Netherlands. It is situated in the municipality of Veghel, North Brabant. As of January 2015 it has a population of 1,449. Show Mariaheideon the map
ZijtaartZijtaart is a village in the south of the Netherlands. It is situated in the municipality of Veghel, North Brabant. As of January 2015 it has a population of 1,727. Show Zijtaarton the map
KeldonkKeldonk is a village in the south of the Netherlands. It is situated in the municipality of Veghel, North Brabant. As of January 2014 it has a population of 1,205. Show Keldonkon the map
BoerdonkBoerdonk is a small village in the south of the Netherlands. It is situated in the municipality of Veghel, North Brabant. As of January 2014 it has 775 residents. Show Boerdonkon the map
BorneBorne is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Schijndel, just to the west of the centre of the town of Schijndel. Show Borneon the map
t Zand't Zand is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Werkendam, on the southeastern edge of the village of Sleeuwijk. Show t Zandon the map
ZevenbergenZevenbergen is a Dutch city which is a part of the municipality of Moerdijk. Zevenbergen is located in the northwest of the province of Noord-Brabant near Breda. Show Zevenbergenon the map
KruislandKruisland is a village in the municipality of Steenbergen in the province of North Brabant, in the Netherlands. It is located between Roosendaal and Steenbergen. Show Kruislandon the map
KruisstraatKruisstraat (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈkrœy̯straːt]) is a small Dutch settlement. It is located east of Rosmalen, in the municipality of 's-Hertogenbosch, and province of North Brabant. Show Kruisstraaton the map
KloosterKlooster is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Alphen-Chaam, approximately two km north of the town of Chaam. Show Kloosteron the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the municipality of Oosterhout, in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located about 3 km southeast of the centre of Oosterhout. Show Heikanton the map
GaeteGaete is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Drimmelen, about 1 km southeast of the town of Lage Zwaluwe. Show Gaeteon the map
Bergen op ZoomBergen op Zoom (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈbɛrɣə(n) ɔp ˈsoːm] (13px listen); called Berrege [ˈbɛrəɣə] in the local dialect) is a municipality and a city located in the south of the Netherlands. Show Bergen op Zoomon the map
VenVen is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Heeze-Leende, halfway between the towns of Heeze and Leende. Show Venon the map
KruisstraatKruisstraat is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Roosendaal, about 3 km southwest of the city centre. Show Kruisstraaton the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the municipality of Someren, in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located about 3 km southwest of the centre of Someren. Show Heikanton the map
PapenvoortPapenvoort is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Sint Anthonis, about 1 km southwest of Rijkevoort. Show Papenvoorton the map
KilleKille is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is a part of the municipality of Werkendam, and lies about 8 km southwest of Gorinchem. Show Killeon the map
FijnaartFijnaart is a town in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Moerdijk, about 8 km west of the town of Zevenbergen. Show Fijnaarton the map
LaarLaar is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of 2 km east of the town of Berlicum. Show Laaron the map
GalderGalder is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Alphen-Chaam, about 8 km south of the city of Breda. Show Galderon the map
LaarLaar is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Cranendonck, 1 km southwest of the town of Maarheeze. Show Laaron the map
WesterhovenWesterhoven is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Bergeijk, about 15 km southwest of Eindhoven. Show Westerhovenon the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the municipality of Waalre, in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located about 3 km south of the centre of Waalre. Show Heikanton the map
GeverGever is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Haaren, between the towns of Haaren and Oisterwijk. Show Geveron the map
VeldhovenVeldhoven (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town on the Gender stream in the southern Netherlands, located just southwest of Eindhoven. Show Veldhovenon the map
EsbeekEsbeek is a village in the municipality of Hilvarenbeek in the province of North Brabant, the Netherlands. Esbeek has around 1,200 inhabitants. \n* Show Esbeekon the map
t Haantje't Haantje is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Holland. It is located in the municipality of Steenbergen, about 2 km west of Kruisland. Show t Haantjeon the map
NoordhoekNoordhoek is a village in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Moerdijk, about 5 km west of Zevenbergen. Show Noordhoekon the map
LiesLies is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Breda, about 5 km southwest of the city centre. Show Lieson the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the municipality of Hilvarenbeek, in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located about 5 km south of Diessen. Show Heikanton the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the municipality of Oisterwijk, in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located about 4 km east of Moergestel. Show Heikanton the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the municipality of Sint Anthonis, in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located about 2 km south of Oploo. Show Heikanton the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the municipality of Boxmeer, in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located about 1 km southwest of Sambeek. Show Heikanton the map
MoerdijkMoerdijk () is a municipality and a town in the South of the Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. Show Moerdijkon the map
NoordNoord is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Sint Anthonis, about 1 km west of Wanroij. Show Noordon the map
StampersgatStampersgat is a village situated in the municipality of Halderberge, in the north-west of the North Brabant province in the Netherlands. Show Stampersgaton the map
LaarLaar is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located in the municipality of Haaren, 2 km west of the town of Helvoirt. Show Laaron the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the municipality of Boxmeer, in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located about 2 km north of Overloon. Show Heikanton the map
BesoijenBesoijen is a former village in the Netherlands. Until 1922, it was a separate municipality, but it is now a neighbourhood of Waalwijk. Show Besoijenon the map
HeikantHeikant is a hamlet in the municipality of Uden, in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located about 2 km southeast of Volkel. Show Heikanton the map
HeikantHeikantis a hamlet in the municipality of Bladel, in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is located about 3 km east of Hoogeloon. Show Heikanton the map
Loon op ZandLoon op Zand (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈloːn ɔp ˈsɑnt] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a village in the southern Netherlands. It had a population of 23,126 in 2014. Show Loon op Zandon the map
WoudrichemWoudrichem (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈʋʌudriɣəm] (13px listen); Brabantian: Woerkum) is a municipality and a city in the province of North Brabant in the Netherlands. Show Woudrichemon the map
Berkel-EnschotBerkel-Enschot is a Dutch village, located in the municipality of Tilburg in the North Brabant province which borders Belgium. Show Berkel-Enschoton the map
RoosendaalRoosendaal [ˈroːzə(n)daːl] (13px listen) is both a city and a municipality in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. Show Roosendaalon the map
Hooge MierdeHooge Mierde is a small town in the municipality of Reusel-De Mierden in the province of North Brabant, the Netherlands. Show Hooge Mierdeon the map
HeerleHeerle (Brabantic: Éérel) is a village in the municipality of Roosendaal, in the Dutch province of North Brabant. Show Heerleon the map
ZundertZundert (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈzɵndərt] (13px listen)) is a municipality and town in the south of the Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant Show Zunderton the map
ZaarvlaasZaarvlaas is a populated place in the municipality of Gemert-Bakel, North Brabant province of the Netherlands. Show Zaarvlaason the map
ZwijnsbergenZwijnsbergen is a populated place in the municipality of Sint-Oedenrode in North Brabant, the Netherlands. Show Zwijnsbergenon the map
HeukelomHeukelom is a small village in the Dutch province of North Brabant, next to Oisterwijk and Berkel-Enschot. Show Heukelomon the map
OssOss (Dutch: [ɔs] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a city in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. Show Osson the map
DrimmelenDrimmelen () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. Show Drimmelenon the map
BladelBladel () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. Show Bladelon the map
BoekelBoekel () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. Show Boekelon the map
Huize PaduaHuize Padua is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant, in the municipality of Boekel. Show Huize Paduaon the map
UdenUden (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈydə(n)] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town in the province of Noord-Brabant, Netherlands. Show Udenon the map
OisterwijkOisterwijk (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a municipality and a city in the South of the Netherlands. Show Oisterwijkon the map
Budel-DorpleinBudel-Dorplein is a small village in the municipality of Cranendonck, Netherlands. Show Budel-Dorpleinon the map
VenhorstVenhorst is a village in the municipality of Boekel. Show Venhorston the map
States, regions, administrative units in North Brabant
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Gemeente TilburgTilburg [ˈtɪlbɵr(ə)x] (13px listen) is a landlocked municipality and a city in the Netherlands, located in the southern province of municipality also includes the villages of Berkel-Enschot and Udenhout. With a population of 210,289, it is the second largest city of Noord-Brabant, and the sixth largest city of the Netherlands. Its metropolitan area, which includes Goirle, has 300,249 inhabitants. Tilburg University is located in Tilburg, as are Avans University of Applied Sciences and Fontys University of Applied Sciences.Show on map
Gemeente ValkenswaardValkenswaard () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. The municipality had a population of 30,336 in 2014 and spans an area of 56.49 km2 (21.81 sq mi) of which 1.48 km2 (0.57 sq mi) is water. In the 19th and 20th century, a number of large cigar factories were founded in Valkenswaard, the two most renowned of which being Willem II and Hofnar. The spoken language is Kempenlands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch).Show on map
BergeijkBergeijk () is a municipality and town in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. It consists of an area of 101.73 km2 (39.28 sq mi) and had a population of 18,279 in 2014. It is one of 21 municipalities, including Eindhoven, that make up the Eindhoven Region Cooperative Regio Eindhoven). The spoken language is Kempenlands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch). Bergeijk is known in the Netherlands for a program on national radio: Radio Bergeijk, a parody on local radio.Show on map
Gemeente SteenbergenSteenbergen (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town in the province of North Brabant in the south of the Netherlands. The municipality had a population of 23,717 in 2014 and covers an area of 159.14 km2 (61.44 sq mi) of which 12.48 km2 (4.82 sq mi) is water. The municipality is mainly agricultural including a strongly growing greenhouse sector, but Steenbergen and the nearby town of Dinteloord also contain some light industry. A new stretch of A4 motorway under construction is expected to further increase the municipality's attractiveness, allowing easy connections with the large cities of Rotterdam to the north and the Belgian city of Antwerp to the south. The connection with the nearby city of Bergen op Zoom will also be improved as a result.Show on map
Gemeente Sint-OedenrodeSint-Oedenrode (Dutch pronunciation: [sɪnt ˈudə(n)roːdə] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town in the south of the Netherlands. Sint-Oedenrode is a moderately urbanized town and capital of the municipality of the same name in the province of North Brabant. The town is located in the Meierij of 's-Hertogenbosch. Sint-Oedenrode had a population of 17,955 in 2014 and has an area of 64.94 km2 (25.07 sq mi).Show on map
Gemeente Son en BreugelSon en Breugel (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈsɔn ɛn ˈbrøːɣəl] (13px listen)) is a municipality in the southern Netherlands just outside Eindhoven. The municipality covers an area of 26.51 km2 (10.24 sq mi) of which 0.56 km2 (0.22 sq mi) is water. It had a population of 16,277 in 2014. Son en Breugel used to be two different villages: 'Son' and 'Breugel', with the stream the Dommel separating the two villages. Son en Breugel also borders the following larger municipalities: Eindhoven, Sint-Oedenrode, Nuenen, Gerwen en Nederwetten, and Best.The spoken language is North Meierijs (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch).Show on map
Gemeente LaarbeekLaarbeek () is a municipality located in the province of North Brabant in the south of the Netherlands. It was formed in 1997 from the former municipalities Beek en Donk, Aarle-Rixtel and Lieshout (which included the village Mariahout). Laarbeek is part of the city region Regio Eindhoven', centered on the city of Eindhoven. The town hall is located in Beek en Donk. Lieshout is home of the Bavaria Brewery, one of the Netherlands' largest breweries which produces for local and foreign markets. The Croy Castle is located near the village Aarle-Rixtel.Show on map
Gemeente Nuenen, Gerwen en NederwettenNuenen, Gerwen en Nederwetten () is a municipality consisting of the larger village of Nuenen and two adjacent smaller ones. It is located in the province of Noord-Brabant, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) east of Eindhoven, the fifth largest city in the Netherlands. From being a small farmers town of less than 1000 inhabitants around 1950 Nuenen grew steadily as ever more new employees of Philips and the Eindhoven University (TUE) chose Nuenen as their new home.Show on map
Provincie Noord-BrabantNoord Brabant ( [ˈnoːrt ˈbraːbɑnt] (13px listen)), also unofficially called Brabant since 2001, is a province in the south of the Netherlands. It borders the provinces of South Holland and Gelderland to the north, Limburg to the east, Zeeland to the west, and the Belgian provinces of Antwerp and Limburg to the south. The northern border follows the Meuse (Maas) river westward to its mouth in the Hollands Diep strait, part of the delta.Show on map
Gemeente WaalwijkWaalwijk (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈʋaːlʋɛi̯k] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a city in the southern Netherlands. It had a population of 46,495 in 2014 and is located near the motorways A59 and N261. The villages of Capelle, Vrijhoeve-Capelle, Sprang (the former municipality of Sprang-Capelle) and Waspik together with the city of Waalwijk form the municipality of Waalwijk. The city has an old town center, which has recently been modernized.Show on map
Gemeente BestBest () is a municipality and a village in the southern Netherlands. It is situated northwest of the city Eindhoven, and is also part of the agglomeration of this city. The headquarters of Europe's largest meat processor Vion NV are located in Best, as are Philips Healthcare and the Bata Shoe Organization's \"Bata Protective\" operations (B2B).Show on map
Gemeente OirschotOirschot (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈoːrsxɔt] (13px listen); dialect: Orskot) is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. It is situated 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) from the city of Eindhoven and 20 kilometres (12 mi) from the city of Tilburg in the province Noord-Brabant (North Brabant). The municipality had a population of 18,016 in 2014.Show on map
Gemeente Heeze-LeendeHeeze-Leende () is a municipality in the southern Netherlands, near Eindhoven. It is known for Heeze Castle (Kasteel Heeze). The spoken language is a distinct dialect within the East Brabantian dialect group and is very similar of colloquial Dutch.Show on map
Gemeente Sint AnthonisSint Anthonis () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands in the Province of North Brabant. The locals refer to the town as Sint Tunnis. An inhabitant is called a \"Sintunnisenaar\". The municipality had a population of 11,677 in 2014.Show on map
Gemeente AstenAsten () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. It is home to the Royal Eijsbouts bell foundry and also a carillon museum. The spoken language is Peellands, an East Brabantian dialect.Show on map
Gemeente CranendonckCranendonck () is a municipality in the southern Netherlands.Though located in North Brabant near Eindhoven, the spoken dialect is Budels (linguistically a Limburgish dialect), rather than Kempenlands (linguistically an East Brabantian dialect).Show on map
Gemeente SchijndelSchijndel () is a municipality in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. Schijndel is located approximately 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) southeast of 's-Hertogenbosch. Schijndel was founded on the 6th of December in the year 1309.Show on map
Gemeente Gilze en RijenGilze en Rijen () is a municipality in the southern Netherlands. The municipality contains four villages Rijen, Gilze, Hulten and Molenschot. It is home to the Gilze-Rijen Air Base. Rijen grew in the 19th century due to its leather factories.Show on map
Gemeente WoensdrechtWoensdrecht () is a municipality (named after the village) in the southern Netherlands. Woensdrecht is the home of the Woensdrecht Air Base, which is located to the north-east of the village of Woensdrecht and to the north-west of Huijbergen.Show on map
Gemeente WerkendamWerkendam () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. The municipality, part of Land van Heusden en Altena, contains a large part of De Biesbosch area as is located in the province of North Brabant.Show on map
Gemeente Geldrop-MierloGeldrop-Mierlo () is a municipality in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. The municipality was created from the two former municipalities of Geldrop and Mierlo on 1 January 2004.Show on map
Gemeente BoxmeerBoxmeer () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. It incorporates the former municipality of Beugen en Rijkevoort and that of Vierlingsbeek. In Overloon is the Overloon War Museum.Show on map
Gemeente CuijkCuijk en Sint Agatha is a former municipality in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It covered the villages of Cuijk and Sint Agatha. Cuijk en Sint Agatha merged in 1994 with Beers and Haps, to form the new municipality \"Cuijk\".Show on map
Gemeente Reusel-De MierdenReusel-De Mierden () is a municipality in the southern Netherlands. It is located in the North Brabant province, and has an area of 78.64 km2 (30.36 sq mi). It had a population of 12,759 in 2014.Show on map
Gemeente MaasdonkMaasdonk () is a former municipality in the southern Netherlands that existed from 1993 until January 1, 2015, when it was merged into the existing municipalities of 's-Hertogenbosch and Oss.Show on map
Gemeente SomerenSomeren () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands. The spoken language is Peellands (an East Brabantian dialect, which is very similar to colloquial Dutch).Show on map
Gemeente BernhezeBernheze () is a municipality in the southern Netherlands. It was formed in 1994 from the former municipalities of Heesch, Heeswijk-Dinther and Nistelrode.Show on map
Gemeente RucphenRucphen () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands between Roosendaal and Etten-Leur, south of the railway, but without a train-station.Show on map
Gemeente WaalreWaalre () is an affluent municipality and town in the province of North Brabant in the southern Netherlands, immediately south of the city of Eindhoven.Show on map
Gemeente OosterhoutOosterhout (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈoːstərɦʌut] (13px listen); from ooster, \"eastern\", and hout, \"woods\") is a municipality and a city in the southern Netherlands. The municipality had a population of 53,771 in 2014.Show on map
Gemeente Baarle-NassauBaarle-Nassau () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands, located in North Brabant province. It had a population of 6,626 in 2014.Show on map
Gemeente VeghelVeghel (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈvɛxəl] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente Bergen op ZoomBergen op Zoom (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈbɛrɣə(n) ɔp ˈsoːm] (13px listen); called Berrege [ˈbɛrəɣə] in the local dialect) is a municipality and a city located in the south of the Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente VeldhovenVeldhoven (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town on the Gender stream in the southern Netherlands, located just southwest of Eindhoven.Show on map
Gemeente MoerdijkMoerdijk () is a municipality and a town in the South of the Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant.Show on map
Gemeente Loon op ZandLoon op Zand (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈloːn ɔp ˈsɑnt] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a village in the southern Netherlands. It had a population of 23,126 in 2014.Show on map
Gemeente LanderdLanderd () is a municipality within the province of North Brabant in the southern Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente ZundertZundert (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈzɵndərt] (13px listen)) is a municipality and town in the south of the Netherlands, in the province of North BrabantShow on map
Gemeente OssOss (Dutch: [ɔs] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a city in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant.Show on map
Gemeente BoekelBoekel () is a municipality and a town in the southern Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente Gemert-BakelGemert-Bakel () is a municipality in the southern Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente HalderbergeHalderberge () is a municipality in the southern Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente UdenUden (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈydə(n)] (13px listen)) is a municipality and a town in the province of Noord-Brabant, Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente OisterwijkOisterwijk (Dutch pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a municipality and a city in the South of the Netherlands.Show on map
Gemeente Alphen-ChaamAlphen-Chaam (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌɑlfə(ŋ) ˈkaːm]) is a municipality in the southern Netherlands.Show on map
Different buildings in North Brabant
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EvoluonThe Evoluon is a conference centre and former science museum erected by the electronics and electrical company Philips at Eindhoven in the Netherlands in 1966. Since its construction, it has become a landmark and a symbol for the city. Its concrete dome is 77 metres (253 ft) in diameter and is held in place by 169 kilometres (105 mi) of reinforcing steel bars. In the UK the Evoluon is chiefly remembered from Bert Haanstra's wordless short film entitled simply Evoluon, commissioned by Philips to publicise the museum, and shown as a trade test colour film on BBC television from 1968 to 1972. \n* \n*Show on map
Woensdrecht AirportWoensdrecht Air Base (Dutch: Vliegbasis Woensdrecht) (IATA: WOE, ICAO: EHWO) is a military airport between the villages of Woensdrecht and Huijbergen, about 10 km (6 miles) south of the city of Bergen op Zoom in the Netherlands. It is located near the A58 motorway and the border with Belgium.Show on map
Volkel AirportVolkel Air Base (Dutch: Vliegbasis Volkel) (IATA: UDE, ICAO: EHVK) is a military airbase used by the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) - Dutch: Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu), and is located near the village of Volkel in North Brabant, Netherlands. It is home to two F-16 Fighting Falcon squadrons, 312 and 313. A third squadron formerly present at the base, 311, was officially disbanded on 27 September 2012. It also houses a maintenance, logistical, a base Squadron for the RNLAF, and also the 703rd Munitions Support Squadron, part of the 52d Fighter Wing from the United States Air Force. Besides military use, a traumahelicopter operated by ANWB Medical Air Assistance on behalf of the Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre is based here. The Dienst Luchtvaart Politie also makes use of VoShow on map
Seppe AirportBreda International Airport (Dutch: Breda International Airport (ICAO: EHSE)) is a small general aviation airfield located next to the A58 motorway on the outskirts of Bosschenhoofd, a village in the municipality of Halderberge in the province of North Brabant in the Netherlands. It is located 2 NM (3.7 km; 2.3 mi) southwest of Hoeven, 7.5 NM (13.9 km; 8.6 mi) west from Breda and 4 NM (7.4 km; 4.6 mi) east-northeast of Roosendaal.Show on map
Philips StadiumThe Philips Stadion (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈfilɪps ˌstaːdijɔn]) is a football stadium in Eindhoven, Netherlands, and it is the home of PSV (Philips Sport Vereniging), also known as PSV Eindhoven. With a capacity of 35,000, it is the third-largest football stadium in the country. Established as the Philips Sportpark, it was constructed as a sports field for Philips employees in 1910. The Philips Elftal played football matches from 1911 until 1913, when the team was succeeded by PSV Eindhoven. Since 1913, PSV has used the original ground as its home base.Show on map
Kasteel HeeswijkHeeswijk Castle (Dutch: Kasteel Heeswijk) is a former moated castle near Heeswijk in the Dutch province of North Brabant. Originally built in the 11th century, the castle was restored in 2005. The original castle consisted of a motte erected in 1080. During the subsequent centuries this motte was reduced and in its place a castle was built.Show on map
Eindhoven MuseumThe Eindhoven Museum is an archaeological open-air museum in Eindhoven, Netherlands, focusing on the Iron Age and Middle Ages in the province of North Brabant. The museum is situated in the Genneper Parken area at the south side of the city. It focuses on the daily lives and routines of people in the time periods mentioned, through demonstrations and recreations of buildings, practices and routines. For example, there are demonstrations of cooking on open fire, of games played in the Middle Ages and groups of school children are allowed to spend the night in the stables.Show on map
Kempen AirportKempen Airport or Budel Airport (Dutch: Vliegveld Kempen), also just called Budel after the nearby town, is a general aviation airport in the south-east of the Netherlands located 5 NM (9.3 km; 5.8 mi) west of Weert and near the border with Belgium. Its main runway, 03/21, is a 1,199 m (3,934 ft) long asphalt runway. There is a second runway for microlight aircraft only, located next to the main runway, and is 600 m (1,969 ft) long.Show on map
Technische Universiteit EindhovenThe Eindhoven University of Technology (Dutch: Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, abbr. TU/e) is a university of technology located in Eindhoven, Netherlands. Its motto is Mens agitat molem (Mind moves matter). The university was the second of its kind in the Netherlands, only Delft University of Technology existed previously. Until mid-1980 it was known as the Technische Hogeschool Eindhoven (abbr. THE). In 2011 QS World University Rankings placed Eindhoven at 146th internationally, but 61st globally for Engineering & IT. Furthermore, in 2011 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) rankings, TU/e was placed at the 52-75 bucket internationally in and Computer Science (ENG) category and at 34th place internationally in the field of Computer Science. In 2003 a EuShow on map
Heerlijkheid Heeze en LeendeHeeze Castle (Dutch: Kasteel Heeze) is situated in the Netherlands, south of Eindhoven. It used to be the centre of the seigneury of Heeze, Leende and Zesgehuchten, part of the Duchy of Brabant. In the Middle Ages, it was owned by the de Horne family. In the seventeenth Century Pieter Post designed a new castle, of which the first part was built in 1665. Pieter Post had died and the work was completed by his son Maurits Post. In 1760 the castle was bought by Jan Maximiliaan van Tuyll van Serooskerken. The Van Tuyll van Serooskerken family has lived in the castle ever since.Show on map
Kasteel CroyThe castle Croy is a castle in the Dutch province North Brabant, near the village Aarle-Rixtel which is part of the municipality of Laarbeek. From 1642 until 1968 Croy belonged to the municipality Stiphout (currently part of the municipality of Helmond).Show on map
Nationaal Monument Kamp VughtHerzogenbusch concentration camp (Dutch: Kamp Vught, pronounced [kɑmp ˈfɵxt], German: Konzentrationslager Herzogenbusch was a Nazi concentration camp located in Vught near the city of 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands. Herzogenbusch was, with Natzweiler-Struthof in occupied France, the only concentration camp run directly by the SS in western Europe outside of Germany. The camp was first used in 1943 and held 31,000 prisoners. 749 prisoners died in the camp, and the others were transferred to other camps shortly before the camp was liberated by the Allied Forces in 1944. After the war the camp was used as a prison for Germans and Dutch collaborators. Today there is a visitors' center with exhibitions and a national monument remembering the camp and iShow on map
Station RoosendaalRoosendaal is a railway station in the city of Roosendaal, Netherlands. The station opened on 3 July 1854 on the Antwerp–Lage Zwaluwe railway and is the beginning of the railway. Roosendaal was the first station in North Brabant to be built. Roosendaal is also a border station between the Netherlands and Belgium. Trains in Belgium run on the left side of double-track whereas in the Netherlands right-hand running is the norm. At some borders, the changeover is achieved by using a flyover, but at Roosendaal trains stop and await a signal to allow them to proceed to the opposite track.Show on map
De EffenaarThe Effenaar is a pop music venue in Eindhoven, Netherlands. It was founded in 1971 and has grown into one of the larger pop venues in the country. The current Effenaar consists of two music halls. The large hall has an audience capacity of 1200, is intended for use by larger bands and acts and is considerably larger than the hall of the original Effenaar. The small hall has a capacity of 350 (which is smaller than the old Effenaar) and is used for smaller and/or regional bands.Show on map
Kathedrale Baseliek Sint Johannes EvangelistThe Roman Catholic Cathedral Church of St. John of 's-Hertogenbosch, North Brabant is the height of gothic architecture in the Netherlands. It has an extensive and richly decorated interior, and serves as the cathedral for the bishopric of 's-Hertogenbosch. The cathedral has a total length of 115 metres (377 ft) and a width of 62 metres (203 ft). Its tower reaches 73 metres (240 ft) high; the largest catholic church in the Netherlands. In 1985, it received the honorary title of Basilica Minor from Pope John Paul II.Show on map
Sint-GertrudiskerkThe Gertrudiskerk is a church approachable from the large market in the center of Bergen op Zoom. The towers of the church are called \"pepper plant towers\". An old legend says Saint Gertrude of Nivelles, abbess of the abbey in Nivelles, founded the church in 654.Show on map
Van Abbe museumVan Abbemuseum (Dutch pronunciation: [vɑn is a museum of modern and contemporary art located in central Eindhoven, Netherlands, on the east bank of the Dommel river. Established in 1936, the Abbe Museum is named after its founder, Henri van Abbe. Van Abbe was a lover of modern art and wanted to enjoy it there from Eindhoven. As of 2010, the collection of the museum houses more than 2700 works of art, of which about 1000 are on paper, are 700 paintings, and 1000 are sculptures, installations and video work.Show on map
MoerdijkbruggenThe Moerdijk bridges in the Netherlands are bridges that connect the Island of Dordrecht with the Dutch province of North Brabant (Noord Brabant) across the Hollands Diep. The first bridge was built at the end of the 19th century, and was a railway bridge. The second bridge was built in the 1930s for road traffic, and is currently part of the A16 motorway. This bridge was replaced in 1978 by a more modern, wider bridge. A second railroad bridge was finished in 2006, as part of the HSL-Zuid project.Show on map
Station BoxtelBoxtel is a railway station located in Boxtel, Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 May 1865 and is located on the Breda–Eindhoven railway (between Tilburg and Eindhoven) and the Utrecht–Boxtel railway. The station is currently operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen. Boxtel is an interchange station for Stoptreinen (trains stopping at every station) in North Brabant. There are services meeting in 3 different directions. The station was majorly rebuilt from 1998 and opened in 2000. This is when the station became two island platforms.Show on map
Fort de RoovereFort De Roovere is an entrenchment near Halsteren (by the Schansbaan/Ligneweg (streets) that was part of the West Brabant Dutch Water Line. It is an earthen fort that goes through a wall (the Ligneweg) and is connected to Fort Pinssen. The fort is open from the ‘back’, and the ‘front’ consists of two bastions. The fort has a dry moat and the banks are overgrown with trees. In 1747, during the Austrian War of Succession (1740–1748) the fort was under siege by the French. This siege has been extensively documented. Eventually, the fortress Bergen op Zoom fell and the siege was abandoned.Show on map
Station Eindhoven BeukenlaanEindhoven Strijp-S is a railway station located in northwestern Eindhoven, Netherlands. The station was opened on 26 September 1971 and is located on the Breda–Eindhoven railway. The station is operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen. The station was known as Eindhoven Beukenlaan until 13 December 2015 when it was renamed Eindhoven Strijp-S. This is to reflect the redevelopment of the area around the station into a business park, called Strijp-S. Before 2018 the station will have lifts installed to make the platforms accessible for persons of reduced mobility, buggies etc.Show on map
Standerdmolen RosmalenPost mill Rosmalen (Dutch: Standerdmolen Rosmalen) is a post mill in Rosmalen, Netherlands. The mill is situated in the neighbourhood of Molenhoek. The mill was built in 1732 on a natural slope. This slope is accented with old millstones. In the past there were several mills in Rosmalen, but this mill is the only one remaining. After the Second World War the mill was damaged, and there were plans to demolish the mill. Because the mill became a rijksmonument, the mill was restored. The owner of the mill is the municipality of 's-HertogenboschShow on map
AssumburgThe Assumburg, also known as Het Huis Assenburg (English: The House Assenburg), is a windmill located on the Veerweg 1 in Nieuw-Vossemeer, Steenbergen, in the province of North Brabant, Netherlands. Build in 1780 in The Zaan district, the windmill functioned as oil mill, until it was moved to its current location in 1897, when it became a gristmill. The mill was built as a tower mill with a bottom support of 5.20 meters high, and its sails have a span of 22.20 meters. The mill is a national monument (nr 30611) since 15 May 1973.Show on map
Gilze-RijenGilze-Rijen Air Base (Dutch: Vliegbasis Gilze-Rijen, IATA: GLZ, ICAO: EHGR) is a military airbase in the Netherlands located between the cities of Breda and Tilburg, in the Noord-Brabant province. It is mainly, but not exclusively used as a base for attack helicopters. The airfield has two runways, the longest, complete with instrument landing system (ILS) is 2,779 metres (9,117 ft) long by 45 m (148 ft) wide in the 10/28 direction. The shorter runway (without ILS) is 1,996 m (6,549 ft) by 30 m (98 ft) in the 02/20 direction.Show on map
Station TilburgTilburg is a railway station located in Tilburg, Netherlands. The station was opened on 5 October 1863 and is located on the Breda–Eindhoven railway and the Tilburg–Nijmegen railway. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen. North of this trainstation used to be the large Tilburg Works, where large scale work were carried out on locomotives. Since 2013 these works are carried out northeast of the city in a new industrial area, called Loven-Noord, along the Tilburg–Nijmegen railway.Show on map
Station HelmondHelmond is the main railway station in Helmond, Netherlands. The station opened on 1 July 1866 and is on the Venlo–Eindhoven railway. The station has 2 platforms. Train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen. The station building from 1987 was demolished in 2013. A new station building including lifts, a new pedestrian and cycle bridge and new cycle parking facilities has been built, partly opened in February 2014. A new bus station and tunnel opened later in 2014.Show on map
Nieuw VosseveldNieuw Vosseveld prison in the Dutch town of Vught, part of the Custodial Institutions Agency (Dienst Justitiële Inrichtingen, DJI) of the Dutch Ministry of Public Safety and Justice within the Dutch criminal justice system. Penitentiaire Inrichting Vught (English: Penitentiary Institution Vught) is now the general term used instead of Nieuw Vosseveld. Part of the prison is a maximum security prison. This prison holds some of Europe's most dangerous criminals.Show on map
Kasteel NemerlaerNemerlaer Castle is a 14th-century castle, located in Haaren, Netherlands. The castle is named after the river Nemer and after Laer which means clearing in the forest.It was first mentioned in 1303, as home of Knight Geerlinck van den Bossche. Currently the castle is still inhabited. In the basement is a café. In addition there are cultural and public activities, such as exhibitions and concerts. The castle is also used for weddings.Show on map
Molen van AerdenThe Molen van Aerden (English: Aerden's Mill) is a windmill located on the Raadhuisstraat 28A in Nispen, Roosendaal, in the province of North Brabant, Netherlands. Built in 1850 on an artificial hill, the windmill functioned as gristmill. It was built as a tower mill and its sails have a span of 23.80 metres (78.1 ft). The mill is a national monument (nr 32716) since 19 May 1971. The Molen van Aerden can be visited by appointment.Show on map
Aan de PegstukkenAan de Pegstukken (English: At the Pegstukken) is a windmill located on De Pegstukken 27 in Schijndel, North Brabant, Netherlands. Built in 1845 on an artificial hill, the windmill functioned as a gristmill. The mill was built as a tower mill and its sails have a span of 25.25 metres (82.8 ft). The mill is a national monument (nr 33574) since 19 September 1973. The name of the mill comes from the street it is located on.Show on map
HenkenshageHenkenshage is a building located in the municipality Sint-Oedenrode in the Netherlands. A former fortified farmhouse, which was known in the 14th century as Strijpe or Streepe. This was bought in 1850 by Peter Jacob Girard de Mielet van Coehoorn and was given its present form as a country stay. The building is often mistaken for a castle, however the building is not a real castle, but a country house. During WWII it was used as a distribution centre and during the liberation of Holland (Market Garden) in 1944 it was the headquarters of the US 101st Airborne Division.Show on map
Station Gilze-RijenGilze-Rijen is a railway station located in Rijen, Netherlands in the municipality Gilze en Rijen. Although the railway station is located in Rijen, it's called Gilze-Rijen because of the Gilze-Rijen Air Base, just south of Rijen. The station was opened on 5 October 1863 and is located on the Breda–Eindhoven railway between Breda and Tilburg. The station is operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Eindhoven AirportEindhoven Airport (IATA: EIN, ICAO: EHEH) is an airport located 4 NM (7.4 km; 4.6 mi) west of Eindhoven, Netherlands. In terms of the number of served passengers it is the second largest airport in the Netherlands, with 4.3 million passengers in 2015 (well behind Schiphol, which serves more than 58 million passengers). The airport is used by both civilian and military traffic.Show on map
AalstermolenThe Aalstermolen (English: Aalster Mill) is a windmill located on the Raadhuisstraat 28A in Aalst, Waalre, in the province of North Brabant, Netherlands. Built in 1904 on an artificial hill, the windmill functioned as gristmill. The mill was built as a tower mill and its sails have a span of 25.70 meters. The mill has been a national monument (nr 38186) since 15 May 1968.Show on map
Station HeezeHeeze is a railway station in Heeze, Netherlands. The station opened on 1 May 1977 and is on the Eindhoven–Weert railway. The services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen. The first station was 1 km away from its current location and was called Heeze-Leende. This station opened on 1 November 1913 and closed on 1 May 1977, although was closed for 2 months in 1945.Show on map
De AdriaanDe Adriaan (English: The Adriaan) is a windmill located on the Windmolen 17 in Meerveldhoven, a neighbourhood of Veldhoven, North Brabant, Netherlands. Build in 1906 on an artificial hill, the windmill functioned as gristmill. The mill was built as a tower mill and its sails have a span of 26.20 meters. The mill is a national monument (nr 37040) since 1 October 1969.Show on map
De AkkermolenDe Akkermolen (Dutch pronunciation: [də English: The Field Mill) is a 17th-century windmill in Zundert, Netherlands. Built around 1605 to replace an earlier windmill, it was used as a gristmill until it was severely damaged in 1950. The mill was bought by the local government and restored in 1961, and it was listed as a national heritage site in 1974.Show on map
AnnemieThe Annemie is a windmill located on the Boschdijk 1006 in Eindhoven, in the province of North Brabant, Netherlands. Build in 1891 on an artificial hill, the windmill functioned as gristmill. The mill was built as a tower mill and its sails have a span of 25 meters (82 ft). The mill is a national monument (nr 14637) since 15 August 1972.Show on map
Station RosmalenRosmalen is a railway station located in the town of Rosmalen. It is one of three railway stations in the municipality of 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands. The railway station was opened at the Tilburg–Nijmegen railway in 1881. It was closed again in 1938. In 1981 the railway station was reopened again, but this time on another location.Show on map
Stedelijk Museum 's-HertogenboschThe Stedelijk Museum 's-Hertogenbosch (SM's) is a museum for modern art in 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands. It focusses on contemporary visual arts and design, and is specialised in ceramics and jewelry. The museum is a member of the International Council of Museums and the Dutch Museum Organisation (Nederlandse Museumvereniging).Show on map
Station Lage ZwaluweLage Zwaluwe is a railway station near Lage Zwaluwe and Moerdijk, Netherlands. The station was opened in 1883 and is located on the Breda–Rotterdam railway between Breda and Dordrecht and the Antwerp–Lage Zwaluwe railway. The services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen. It is situated in the municipality of Moerdijk.Show on map
Station Helmond BrandevoortHelmond Brandevoort is a railway station in Brandevoort near Helmond, Netherlands. The station opened on 10 December 2006 and is on the Venlo–Eindhoven railway. The building work was not completed and finally finished on 15 June 2007. The station has 2 platforms. Train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
AmercentraleThe Amercentrale is a coal-fired power plant of Essent in the municipality Geertruidenberg. The plant is named after the Amer River and is located on the left bank of this river. In 1952 Unit 1 of the first Amercentrale began generating electricity. The much smaller Dongecentrale, decomissioned in 2011, is located near the Amercentrale.Show on map
Station CuijkCuijk is a railway station located in Cuijk, Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 June 1883 and is located on the Maaslijn (Nijmegen - Venlo). The station is currently operated by Veolia. Previously this station was served by NS trains. As the line is not electrified all services are operated by DMU units.Show on map
Station Etten-LeurEtten-Leur is a railway station located in Etten-Leur, Netherlands. The station was opened on 11 December 1854 and is located on the Roosendaal–Breda railway. The station is operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen. The station was closed between 25 September 1940 and 30 May 1965.Show on map
Station GeldropGeldrop is a railway station located in Geldrop, a town in the Dutch municipality of Geldrop-Mierlo, in the province of North Brabant. The station was opened on 1 November 1913 and is located on the Eindhoven–Weert railway. The station is operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station ZevenbergenZevenbergen is a railway station located in Zevenbergen, Netherlands. The station was opened in 1854, and is located on the Antwerp–Lage Zwaluwe railway. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen, with plans for possible additional service in the future.Show on map
Station OisterwijkOisterwijk is a railway station located in the centre of Oisterwijk, Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 May 1865 and is located on the Breda–Eindhoven railway between Tilburg and Eindhoven. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station Helmond BrouwhuisHelmond Brouwhuis is a railway station in Brouwhuis, a housing area of Helmond, Netherlands. The station opened in 1987 and is on the Venlo–Eindhoven railway. The station has 2 platforms. Train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station Tilburg ReeshofTilburg Reeshof is a railway station located in the Reeshof in Tilburg, Netherlands. It is situated on the Breda–Eindhoven railway. The station was opened on 14 December 2003. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station Helmond 't HoutHelmond 't Hout is a railway station in Mierlo-Hout near Helmond, Netherlands. The station opened in 1992 and is on the Venlo–Eindhoven railway. The station has 2 platforms. Train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station Breda PrinsenbeekBreda-Prinsenbeek is a railway station located in Prinsenbeek near Breda, Netherlands. The station was opened in 1988 and is located on the Breda–Rotterdam railway. The station is currently operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station 's-Hertogenbosch's-Hertogenbosch (Dutch pronunciation: is a railway station located in 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands. The station and all services operating from it are run by Nederlandse Spoorwegen, the national Dutch train operating company.Show on map
Station Bergen op ZoomBergen op Zoom is a railway station located in Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands. The station was opened on 23 December 1863 and is located on the railway. The services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station RavensteinRavenstein is a railway station located in Ravenstein, Netherlands. The station originally opened on 4 June 1881 and is located on the Tilburg–Nijmegen railway. The services are currently operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station OudenboschOudenbosch is a railway station located in Oudenbosch, Netherlands. The station was opened on October 20, 1854, and is located on the Antwerp–Lage Zwaluwe railway. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station DeurneDeurne is a railway station in Deurne, Netherlands. The station opened on 1 November 1864 and is on the Venlo–Eindhoven railway. The station has 3 platforms, 1 where the stoptrein from Eindhoven terminates.Show on map
Station VierlingsbeekVierlingsbeek is a railway station located in Vierlingsbeek, Netherlands. It is situated on the Nijmegen–Venlo railway. The train services are operated by Veolia. The railway station was demolished in 2004Show on map
Station OssOss is a railway station located in Oss, Netherlands. The station was opened on 4 June 1881 and is located on the Tilburg–Nijmegen railway. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen.Show on map
Station BoxmeerBoxmeer is a railway station located in Boxmeer, Netherlands. The station was opened on 1 June 1883 and is located on the Nijmegen–Venlo railway. The station is currently operated by Veolia.Show on map
Station VughtVught is a railway station located in Vught, Netherlands. It is situated on the Utrecht–Boxtel railway. The train services are operated by Nederlandse Spoorwegen, it was opened in 1868.Show on map
Station BredaBreda is a railway station in Breda, Netherlands. It is situated on the Breda–Rotterdam railway, the Roosendaal–Breda railway and the Breda–Eindhoven railway.Show on map
Muziekcentrum Frits PhilipsMuziekgebouw Frits Philips is a concert hall in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The venue is named after Frits Philips and was opened in 1992.Show on map
Station 's-Hertogenbosch Oost's-Hertogenbosch Oost railway station serves the city of 's-Hertogenbosch in the North Brabant province of the Netherlands.Show on map
Kasteel van BredaBreda Castle is a castle in the city of Breda, in the Netherlands.Show on map
Station EindhovenEindhoven is a railway station located in Eindhoven, Netherlands.Show on map
Station Oss WestOss West is a railway station located in Oss, Netherlands.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in North Brabant
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Eindhovensch KanaalThe Eindhovensch Kanaal (or Eindhovens Kanaal; Engl: Eindhoven Channel) is a channel in the Dutch province of North-Brabant. It connects the center of Eindhoven with the Zuid-Willemsvaart. It was dug in the period 1843-1846, commissioned by the town of Eindhoven. The canal is 13.9 kilometers long and runs by a number of Eindhoven industrial areas and the towns of Geldrop, Mierlo and Helmond. The canal runs over the Kleine Dommel and the Goorloop, which are led under the channel by ducts.Show on map
DommelThe Dommel is a stream in Belgium and the Netherlands, left tributary of the Dieze. It rises in north-eastern Belgium near Peer and flows into the southern part of the Netherlands. The Dommel takes in water from the Keersop, Tongelreep, Run, Gender and Kleine Dommel streams and merges at 's-Hertogenbosch with the Aa stream to form river Dieze, which subsequently flows towards the Meuse. The main cities and towns along the Dommel's course are Peer, Neerpelt, Valkenswaard, Dommelen, Eindhoven, Son en Breugel, Sint-Oedenrode, Boxtel, Sint-Michielsgestel and 's-Hertogenbosch. The most original part and natural state of the Dommel can be found between Eindhoven and Boxtel. Here the Dommel has still its original winds and meanders and forms a cultural-historical and valuable landscape area calleShow on map
BeatrixkanaalThe Beatrix Canal (Dutch: Beatrixkanaal) is an 8.4 km long canal in the southern Netherlands. It was constructed to provide the city of Eindhoven with access to the Wilhelmina Canal. In order to be able to regulate the level of the Gender and Dommel streams, which regularly threatened to flood Eindhoven's inner city, an additional Discharge Canal which is not open to navigation, was dug to connect the Beatrix Canal and the Dommel stream. Into this branch, the Gender now discharges.Show on map
AmerThe Amer is a river in the Dutch province of Noord-Brabant. It is a continuation of the Bergse Maas river from the river Donge near Raamsdonksveer to the point where it joins the river Nieuwe Merwede to form the Hollands Diep estuary, and has a total length of approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi). The Amer is a major navigation route. It forms the south boundary of the Biesbosch National Park. \n* Amer in foregroundShow on map
Bergsche MaasThe Bergse Maas (pre-1947 spelling: Bergsche Maas) is a canal that was constructed in 1904 to be a branch of the Maas River (French: Meuse) in the Dutch province of North Brabant. The Maas splits near Heusden into the Afgedamde Maas and the Bergse Maas. The Afgedamde Maas flows north until its confluence with the river Waal (the main distributary of the river Rhine) to form the Merwede, while the Bergse Maas continues west as the main distributary of the Maas. Part of the Merwede (the Nieuwe Merwede) rejoins the Bergse Maas to from the Hollands Diep estuary.Show on map
AaThe Aa is a small river in the Netherlands. It rises near Nederweert in the southeastern province of Limburg, in the Peel region. It flows northwest through the province of North Brabant towards 's-Hertogenbosch, roughly along the Zuid-Willemsvaart canal. In 's-Hertogenbosch, at the confluence of the Aa and the Dommel, the river Dieze is formed, which flows into the Meuse a few km further. The main cities and towns along the Aa's course are Asten, Helmond, Veghel and 's-Hertogenbosch.Show on map
DiezeThe Dieze is a short river in North Brabant, the Netherlands, tributary of the Meuse. It is formed by the confluence of the rivers Aa and Dommel in 's-Hertogenbosch. The part of the Dieze in the centre of 's-Hertogenbosch is called \"Binnendieze\": a partly covered network of canals. The Dieze flows into the Meuse near Hedel.Show on map
DongeThe Donge is a small river in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It rises from springs east of Baarle-Nassau as a stream called Leij. Near Tilburg the name changes to Donge. It passes the village of Dongen and flows north to the town of Geertruidenberg where it's continued by the Amer together with the Bergse Maas. Its length is 35 km.Show on map
Oude MaasjeThe Oude Maasje (\"Little Old Meuse\") is a former distributary of the river Maas (or Meuse), which runs parallel to the current canalised Bergse Maas.Show on map
RaamThe Raam is a small river in the eastern part of North Brabant, Netherlands. It flows into the Meuse at the old town Grave.Show on map
DintelThe Dintel is a river in North Brabant that runs from Oudenbosch to Standdaarbuiten. It originates in Belgium as the Mark.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in North Brabant
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Land van AltenaThe Land of Altena (Dutch: Land van Altena) is a historical region and former fiefdom of the Lords of Altena, historically part of the County of Holland, but since 1815 located in the Dutch province of North-Brabant. Since 1904 it is united with the Land of Heusden (only the part above the Bergse Maas) as the Land of Heusden and Altena. Unlike most parts of North Brabant the Land of Altena has a strong Protestant (Calvinist) character. Former Prime Minister Hendrikus Colijn (1869–1944) had his roots in this region.Show on map
De EftelingEfteling (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɛftəˌlɪŋ]) is a fantasy-themed amusement park in Kaatsheuvel in the Netherlands. The attractions are based on elements from ancient myths and legends, fairy tales, fables, and folklore. The park was opened in 1952. It has since evolved from a nature park with a playground and a Fairy Tale Forest into a full-sized theme park. It now caters to both children and adults with its cultural, romantic, and nostalgic themes, in addition to its wide array of amusement rides.Show on map
BiesboschDe Biesbosch ('forest of sedges' or 'rushwoods') National Park, is one of the largest national parks of the Netherlands and one of the last extensive areas of freshwater tidal wetlands in Northwestern Europe. The Biesbosch consists of a rather large network of rivers and smaller and larger creeks with islands. The vegetation is mostly willow forests, although wet grasslands and fields of reed are common as well. The Biesbosch is an important wetland area for waterfowl and has a rich flora and fauna. It is especially important for migrating geese.Show on map
Strabrechtse HeideThe Strabrechtse Heide is a natural heathland area about 1500 ha in size, located in the municipalities of Heeze-Leende, Someren and Geldrop-Mierlo, in North Brabant, the Netherlands. It is largely under the care of Staatsbosbeheer. In July 2010, around 200 hectares of the area were damaged or destroyed in a wildfire that took over a week to put out.Show on map
Drunensche DuinenThe Loonse en Drunense Duinen (Loonse and Drunense Dunes) is a national park situated in the south of the Netherlands, between the cities of Tilburg, Waalwijk & 's-Hertogenbosch. It has been designated as a national park since 2002. It is 35 km² (14 mile²) in area.Show on map
KievitswaardKievitswaard is a hamlet in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is a part of the municipality of Werkendam, and lies about 10 km east of Dordrecht.Show on map