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    Copplestock helped free Brielle from the Spaniards

    by Waalewiener Updated Dec 12, 2003

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    Favorite thing: His name is Copplestock . he was the man who alerted de '' Watergeuzen '' ,they were Sea Beggars, like Pirates , they freed
    Brielle'' from the Spanish occupation on April 1 1572.
    Still today this day is celebrated in Brielle by an re enactment of this event.

    statue of Coppelstock

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    Close up of the replica of Geuzen ship in Harbour.

    by Waalewiener Updated Dec 12, 2003

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    Favorite thing: '' Watergeuzen '' were Sea Beggars but they
    came and layed Anchor at the Maas in Brielle and were told that the town was ready to take ,they stormed the gate and drove out the Spaniard from Brielle ,this ship is a replica and it is used in the celebrations of the event on the first of April each year where a re enactment takes place in the town of Brielle.The ship is not that big
    It is called '' Prince Admirael ''.

    Replica of Geuzen ship

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    A close up of the Town Hall in Brielle.

    by Waalewiener Updated Dec 12, 2003

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    Favorite thing: This is a close up of the Town Hall in Brielle .
    This now Town Hall dates back to 1623 .and over the years this building was used as a Jail and as a ''Waag ''which means a Weighhouse. Many Towns in the Netherlands had a Weighouse.

    Town Hall in Brielle

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    Town walk

    by Mique Updated Dec 12, 2003

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    Favorite thing: Since i didn't want to miss a thing i took the town walk. Got the info at the desk of the tourist information agency (1,50 euro) and equiped with that brochure i spend a better part of the afternoon taking pictures of these old buildings, reading up on background information and had a very good time in general..

    Since it was november already, i didn't meet any other people doing the same route.. And some people even looked at me when i was trying to get the best possible picture.. But i thoroughly enjoyed myself.

    Fondest memory: I know it sound as a cliche but i have to admit i enjoyed everything.

    The shopping street
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    Brielle lies on the island Voorne

    by ATLC Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Favorite thing: Europoort is in fact a huge conglomeration of chemical industry. See travelogue Europoort
    But...hang on...attached to Europoort there is the island Voorne-Putten, an amazingly quiet rural region, rich in history and culture and a great place to live.

    The old town center with my house on it too!
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    CRUISING ALONG THE CANAL

    by LoriPori Updated Nov 6, 2004

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    Favorite thing: Here is LORIPORI enjoying herself and relaxing and taking in all the wonderful scenery we pass along our cruise. Life is good!

    LORI PORI

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    THE PRINCE ADMIRAEL

    by LoriPori Updated Nov 4, 2004

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    Favorite thing: This is a frontal view of the colourful, three-masted ship THE PRINCE ADMIRAEL. It really is a beautiful sight to see. It is a replica of a "Geuzen" (Water Beggar) ship.

    The Prince Admirael

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    PRINCE ADMIRAEL

    by LoriPori Updated Nov 4, 2004

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    Favorite thing: The PRINCE ADMIRAEL which is moored in the Brielle Harbour, is a replica of a three-masted "Geuzen"(Water Beggar) ship.

    Prince Admirael

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    CANAL IN BRIELLE

    by LoriPori Written Nov 3, 2004

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    Favorite thing: Hans and I thoroughly enjoyed our cruise with Karel and Leida. The canals were so peaceful and serene.

    Canal n Brielle

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    LIFT-BRIDGE # 3

    by LoriPori Written Nov 3, 2004

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    Favorite thing: This is the third bridge that the bridge caretaker had to raise for us in order for us to pass through. We waved to him as we went on our way. Bedankt (Thanks)

    Lift-bridge #3

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    CANAL LIFT-BRIDGE #1

    by LoriPori Written Nov 3, 2004

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    Favorite thing: September 25, Karel & Leida took us for a cruise on their boat. I found it fascinating to watch the bridge caretaker go from one to the other to allow us to pass through.

    Bridge #1

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    New houses

    by Mique Written Dec 11, 2003

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    Favorite thing: What i really liked was that the few new houses that were build in the old town itself, fitt in so nicely. And they also have a gable-stone! (you can see it in the picture in the blind wall )

    New houses in Brielle

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    A street and a church in Brielle.

    by Waalewiener Written Dec 10, 2003

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    Favorite thing: This is just a street in Brielle at the back of the very nice church tower which they call
    '' the Domtoren '' not sure how to translate that.(yet)

    Street behind the Domtoren.

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    Want to see more of Brielle?

    by ATLC Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Favorite thing: Then please visit my Leiden page,, where all my travelogues ended up after the VT transfer. I am working on it.

    17th century house
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