Enkhuizen


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Enkhuizen

(ĕngk`hoi'zən), town (1994 pop. 16,037), North Holland prov., N central Netherlands, a port on the IJsselmeer. It is a commercial and industrial center with shipyards. The town played an important part in the Dutch struggle for independence and was a prosperous fishing and trading center in the 17th cent. Enkhuizen has retained numerous buildings of the 16th and 17th cent.
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We have a fishing establishment in the ancient city of Enkhuizen, on the shores of the Zuyder Zee.
"Only help me to find my way to Enkhuizen," I said, "and I will answer for the rest."
As we altered our course, to make for the promontory on which Enkhuizen is situated, the wind fell, then shifted to another quarter, and blew with a force which greatly increased the difficulties of navigation.
The inhabitants had dwindled to a tenth of that number when I looked at Enkhuizen now!
Whatever came of it, I determined to walk through Enkhuizen on the bare chance of meeting some one who might inform me of Mrs.
Leaving Hoorn we sailed north to the equally attractive town of Enkhuizen. However because the Ijsselmeer (formerly known as the Zuiderzee) has a huge 19 kilometre causeway which bisects it, we had to sail via the giant locks at Lelystad in the province of Flevoland on the opposite bank.
A visit to Keukenhof Gardens with its magnificent floral displays is included, along with time to explore the canals, museums and flower markets of Amsterdam, plus Enkhuizen, Volendam and Hoorn.
He is specially from Enkhuizen. Everyone is welcome at NS and that appears on Pink Monday at NS Station Tilburg.
Born in 1934 in Enkhuizen, Netherlands, Groot's great-great-great grandfather was known as a pioneer of the Dutch seed industry.
(9.) van Enkhuizen J, Acheson D, Risbrough V, Drummond S, Geyer MA, Young JW.
There will be celebrations of Rembrandt in Amsterdam, Delft, Dordrecht, Enkhuizen, Haarlem, Hoorn, Leiden, Middelburg and The Hague.
Combine that with their equally gorgeous river and canal network, and the result is the sort of place where you can easily lose track of time, especially dawdling through the half-timbered Golden Age towns like Hoorn and Enkhuizen, on the banks of lake Ijsselmeer.