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Location municipality Warnsveld

Country Netherlands
Province Gelderland
- Land
- Water
16.87 kmē
16.82 kmē
0.05 kmē
Population (2004)
- Density

Warnsveld is a municipality and a town in the eastern Netherlands.

Population centres

  • Warken
  • Warnsveld

The town of Warnsveld

Warnsveld's Martinuskerk (Church of Saint Martin) was probably built as early as the 9th or 10th century.

The first mention of the name Warnsveld in writing is from the year 1121.

Warnsveld has a 'partnership' with the German town Horstmar.

External Link

Official website (http://www.warnsveld.nl)

Province Gelderland

Aalten | Apeldoorn | Arnhem | Barneveld | Berkelland | Beuningen | Bronckhorst | Brummen | Buren | Culemborg | Doesburg | Doetinchem | Druten | Duiven | Ede | Elburg | Epe | Ermelo | Geldermalsen | Groenlo | Groesbeek | Harderwijk | Hattem | Heerde | Heumen | Lingewaal | Lingewaard | Lochem | Maasdriel | Millingen aan de Rijn | Montferland | Neder-Betuwe | Neerijnen | Nijkerk | Nijmegen | Nunspeet | Oldebroek | Oude IJsselstreek | Overbetuwe | Putten | Renkum | Rheden | Rijnwaarden | Rozendaal | Scherpenzeel | Tiel | Ubbergen | Voorst | Wageningen | West Maas en Waal | Westervoort | Wijchen | Winterswijk | Zaltbommel | Zevenaar | Zutphen

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Zutphen, Netherlands, The (597 words)
Taken by the Spaniards in 1587 by the treachery of the English commander Rowland York, Zutphen was recovered by Maurice, prince of Orange, in 1591, and except for two short periods, one in 1672 and the other during the French Revolutionary Wars, it has since then remained a part of the Netherlands.
Until 2005, Warnsveld was a separate municipality with a population of about 9000, together with the village of Warken.
Warnsveld's Martinuskerk (Church of Saint Martin) was probably built as early as the 9th or 10th century.
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