List of municipalities of the Netherlands
There are 393 regular municipalities (gemeenten) and 3 public bodies (openbare lichamen), also referred to as special municipalities (bijzondere gemeenten), in the Netherlands. Municipalities are the ...
List of municipalities of the Netherlands - Wikipedia
Municipalities of the Netherlands
There are 393 regular municipalities (gemeenten) and 3 public bodies (openbare lichamen), also referred to as special municipalities (bijzondere gemeenten), in the Netherlands. Municipalities are the ...
Municipalities of the Netherlands - Wikipedia
City Hall (Delft)
The City Hall in Delft is a Renaissance style building on the Markt across from the Nieuwe Kerk. It is the former seat of the city's government, and still today the place where residents hold their ci...
City Hall (Delft) - Wikipedia
Gemeenlandshuis Zwanenburg
The Gemeenlandshuis Zwanenburg on the Haarlemmerstraatweg in Halfweg is a former Gemeenlandshuis of the Hoogheemraadschap van Rijnland designed by Pieter Post and built 1645-1648. Today it is part of...
Gemeenlandshuis Zwanenburg - Wikipedia
European Union Civil Service Tribunal
The European Union Civil Service Tribunal is a specialised court within the Court of Justice of the European Union. It was established on 2 December 2005.
The Treaty of Nice provides for the creat...
The Hague City Hall
The Hague City Hall is the city hall of The Hague, Netherlands. It was designed in 1986 by American architect Richard Meier and completed in 1995. It is located in the new city centre, and incorporate...
The Hague City Hall - Wikipedia
Tribunal for Local Governments in Kerala
Kerala state has made many initiatives in the process of decentralization of powers. Creation of a tribunal for adjudication of conflicts between local governments and the citizens is an initiative of...
City Hall, Weesp
The Weesp City Hall is a former city hall in Weesp. The government offices have moved, but the former vierschaar and burgerzaal are still used for weddings and other official proceedings. The rest of ...
City Hall, Weesp - Wikipedia
Dutch provincial elections, 2011
Provincial elections were held in the Netherlands on Wednesday 2 March 2011. Eligible voters elected the members of the States-Provincial in the twelve provinces. These elections also indirectly deter...
Dutch provincial elections, 2011 - Wikipedia
Municipal council (Netherlands)
In the Netherlands the municipal council (gemeenteraad) is the elected assembly of the municipality. Its main role is laying down the guidelines for the policy of the council of mayor and aldermen and...
Town Hall, De Rijp
The Town Hall of De Rijp is a former city hall in De Rijp, Netherlands. The government offices have moved, but the former waag and burgerzaal are still used for weddings and other official proceedings...
Town Hall, De Rijp - Wikipedia
Dutch municipal elections, 2006
The Dutch municipal elections of 2006 were held on March 7, 2006. About 11.8 million people could vote in 419 municipalities. Due to local redistricting, 15 municipalities have already held elections ...
Dutch municipal elections, 2006 - Wikipedia
Stopera
4°54′06″E / 52.36722°N 4.90167°E / 52.36722; 4.90167The Stopera is a building complex in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, housing both the city hall of Amsterdam and the Dutch Nati...
Stopera - Wikipedia
Municipal politics in the Netherlands
Municipal politics in the Netherlands is an important aspect of the politics of the Netherlands. The municipality is the lowest level of government, but this does not reflect the importance that the A...
Municipal politics in the Netherlands - Wikipedia
Gemeenlandshuis
A Gemeenlandshuis, or Waterschapshuis is a building that is (or was formerly used as) the headquarters of one of the Waterboards of the Netherlands.
Early flood control in the Netherlands is often...
Gemeenlandshuis - Wikipedia
Former town hall of Nieuwer-Amstel
The City Hall in Nieuwer-Amstel is a Neo renaissance building built in 1889-1892 overlooking the Amstel. It was the seat of the city of Nieuwer-Amstel's government, but after absorption into the munic...
Former town hall of Nieuwer-Amstel - Wikipedia