Breda, Netherlands - Gorgeous Old Buildings and Moats

Scenic, Monuments, Lakes

Breda lies near the Belgian front line in western Noord-Brabant, at the intersection of the rivers Mark and Aa. An edifying center, with copious research and educational institutions, and the sea of a Roman Catholic bishop, it is mostly renowned as one of the country's foremost industrial towns, with engineering firms, factories producing artificial fibers, matches and foodstuffs. It is also an imperative tourist center with an historic conurbation centre featuring gorgeous old buildings and moats. Breda grew up in the 12th century under the fortification of a stronghold, received its urban charter in the mid 13th century and from the late middle Ages beyond played a significant role in the history of the Netherlands.

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