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FC Groningen

Football Club Groningen () is a Dutch professional football club based in Groningen . The club plays in the GroningenEredivisie , the highest football league of the Netherlands.The club was founded in 1971 when predecessor GVAV changed its name to FC Groningen. Their home stadium was the GroningenEredivisieOosterpark Stadion from 1971 to 2005, while they currently play at the GroningenEredivisieOosterpark StadionEuroborg (2006–present).The best result in the GroningenEredivisieOosterpark... read more

Jong Groningen

Jong Groningen is a Dutch football team, based in Groningen. It is the reserve team of FC Groningen and plays in the Tweede Divisie since the 2016–17 Tweede Divisie season. read more

2006–07 FC Groningen season

During the 2006–07 Dutch football season, FC Groningen competed in the Eredivisie. read more

Groningen (province)

Groningen (; Gronings : ''Grönnen'' or ''Grunn''; ) is the northeasternmost province of the provinceNetherlands . It borders on provinceNetherlandsFriesland to the west, provinceNetherlandsFrieslandDrenthe to the south, the German state of Niedersachsen (districts of Leer and LeerEmsland ) to the east, and the LeerEmslandWadden Sea to the north. In 2014, it had a population of 582,640 and a total area of .The area was subsequently part of LeerEmslandWadden SeaFrisia , the Frankish... read more

Category:FC Groningen players

This is a category for FC Groningen players past and present. read more


Groningen (; Gronings : ''Grunnen''; West Frisian : ''Grins'') is the main municipality as well as the capital city of the eponymous province in the eponymous provinceNetherlands . With a population of 200.336 as of 2015, it is the largest city in the north of the Netherlands. An old city, Groningen was the regional power of the northern Netherlands, a semi-independent city-state and member of the German eponymous provinceNetherlandsHanseatic League . Groningen is a university city: it houses... read more

Groningen horse

The Groningen Horse is a Dutch horse breed developed for light draft and agricultural work. It is closely related to Dutchheavy warmblood breeds like the East Friesian and Alt-Oldenburger . The breed was nearly lost in the mid-20th century because a significant number of mares were used for East Friesian and Alt-Oldenburgercrossbreeding to create the East Friesian and Alt-OldenburgercrossbreedingDutch Warmblood , leaving few purebreds.===Foundation===The Groningen shares much of its initial... read more

Haren, Groningen

Haren (; : ''Hoaren'') is a and a in the northeastern located in the direct urban area of the .Haren is a typical municipality with many wealthy inhabitants. It lies on the northern part of a ridge of sand called the . It contains one of two s in the province of Groningen (in the village of ) and the largest of the Netherlands called . The municipality comprises a wood called (east of the village of ) and a lake called .Haren was officially mentioned for the first time in 1249.On September... read more

Groningen (disambiguation)

Groningen is a city in the Netherlands. read more

Category:Haren, Groningen

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Wirdum, Groningen

Wirdum () is a small rural village in the province of Groningen in the Netherlands. It is situated close to the Damsterdiep - a channel connecting the city of Groningen to Delfzijl - on two artificial dwelling hills, known locally as 'Wierden'. As of 2013, Wirdum had a population of 300.==Church==Like almost every small village in Groningen, Wirdum, too, has a historical church around which the village is centered. The church was originally built in the 13th century, although it has gone through... read more

DIO Groningen

DIO Groningen is a football club from Groningen in the province Groningen, Netherlands.The Sunday section of the club was playing in the 2011–12 Hoofdklasse. Because of financial problems, the club withdrew from the league on 1 December 2011. The Saturday section of DIO Groningen still exists. It played in the 2012-13 Reserve Vijfde Klasse.==External links==Category:Football clubs in the NetherlandsCategory:1971 establishments in the NetherlandsCategory:Sports clubs in Groningen (province)Category:Association... read more

Korenbeurs (Groningen)

The Korenbeurs (; ) is a neoclassical building in Groningen in the Netherlands. It was originally used as an exchange for food grain trade. Its current tenant is Albert Heijn. , Albert Heijn. Retrieved on 5 March 2014.The building is a ''rijksmonument'' (national heritage site) since 1971 , Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed. Retrieved on 5 March 2014. and is one of the Top 100 Dutch heritage sites that was selected in 1990.== External links ==Category:Buildings and structures in Groningen (city)Category:Rijksmonuments... read more

Rottum, Groningen

Rottum (or Röppen) is a small village on an artificial dwelling hill between Kantens and Usquert in the municipality of Eemsmond, falling under the province Groningen in the Netherlands. The village currently counts about 165 inhabitants.===Heathen chapel===The village was founded on a clay bank of the Fivel estuary and the Wadden Sea. Since high tides were threatening the early inhabitants they heightened it with manure and waste: this way an artificial dwelling hill was created.On top of the artificial... read more

Bethlehem, Groningen

Bethlehem is a hamlet just west of the village of Rottum, in the Dutch province of Groningen.Bethlehem is built at the location of a Benedictine nunnery. Together with the St. Juliana's Abbey a small distance to the north, the nunnery was mentioned in 1291 as the ''Conventus St. Juliane in Rotthem''. The church of the abbey was broken down in 1658, and nothing of the abbey remains nowadays.==References==Category:Populated places in Groningen (province) read more


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