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r(?)x] ()) is a town in the Netherlands, in the south of the North Brabant region. The University of Tilburg is situated in Tilburg, as are the Avans University of Applied Sciences and the Fontys University of Applied Sciences. The town of Tilburg is known for its ten-day fair[7], which takes place every year in July. Within the community there are three stations:

Tilburg, Tilburg University and Tilburg Reeshof. This 75-hectare "Spoorzone" area around Tilburg main railway station, once a Dutch railway company, was bought by the town and is being converted into an area of the town. There is little known about the beginnings of Tilburg. Tilburg " was first mentioned in 709 A.D. documentation, but was not mentioned for several hundred years afterwards.

During the late Middle Ages Tilburg called a part of the country rather than a particular city or a particular hamlet; its inhabitants were mostly in some villages, one of which was known as "Ost-Tilburg" (Oost-Tilburg), which was later mirrored in the name of Oisterwijk ("Ostviertel"). With the exception of a few remains of the ditch in the outskirts of Oisterwijk, nothing remains of this first "Schloss Tilburg".

Tilburg was declared a castle in the fourteenth c. and together with Goirle received the designation "The castle of Tilburg and Goirle". The city of Tilburg was surrounded by one of the so-called "herd squares" or "Franconian triangles", on which several streets (mostly sandy roads) converged. Its form is still mirrored today in the design of many places in Tilburg.

As" cloth makers" they provided the millers in Tilburg with the resources for their" homework", and the first "mill houses" were built. Since then the woolen factory grew rapidly and in 1881 there were up to 145 woolen factories in Tilburg. Tilburg woolen fabrics were widely known.

Tilburg kept its place as the Dutch woollen capitol after the Second World War, but in the sixties the industrial sector broke down and in the eighties the number of woollen factories could be calculated on one and the same source. Today's Tilburg based industries consist of a large number of companies. That was especially the case when Henk Letschert was Tilburg's canon.

In the 1990s Tilburg created a contemporary skin. In 1792-1849 King William II loved Tilburg. With the support of King William II, Tilburg-er provided funds to help raise better quality stock, build new ranches and set up a military base on St. Joseph Street, now a memorial to the city's archives.

Though the king was always welcomed by the friendly producers, he needed his own residency in Tilburg and ordered the building of a mansion, which was to serve as his farm. Now it is part of Tilburg Town Hall. Following the renovation, the Wilhelm II sculpture found a new home in the centre of the town, where it felt comfortable among its people.

Willem II Tilburg, the regional soccer team, was renamed after the Emperor. The Tilburg Centrum is the centre of Tilburg and lies between (clockwise) Spoorlaan, Heuvelring, Paleisring, Schouwburgring and Noordhoekring, which corresponds to the order of the one-way streets. It has 6,331 residents and most of the city's stores, bars, hotels, and cafés.

Although the county is known as Centrum, it is situated slightly south-east of the city. Tilburg train terminal connects the area. The Oud-Zuid is a region not only to the southern, but also to the western and eastern side of Tilburg city centre. It has 38,659 residents. From 2012 [update] all'skyscrapers' of Tilburg, which are higher than 100 meters (330 ft), will be within the area.

The area along the railroad is partially in Oud-Zuid. There are many important places in Tilburg within the neighbourhood, just outside the centre, such as the 013 Musikhalle and the Schouwburg, constructed in 1961. The Koningsplein with the central and Piushaven libraries are also situated in the area.

Tilburg Noord lies just south of the Wilhelmina Canal. It has 22,763 residents. Tilburg Noord was constructed in 1966-1974. Most of the roads in this area are dedicated to Renaissance to 1960s music. 18 ] Before the county was constructed, it was mainly an agrarian area with several towns.

In the northern part of the county there is still an agriculture with some wood. The Tilburg Ost region is mainly made up of industry. Districts are located in a small stretch of land eastwards of the Ringbaan River and not in the entire neighborhood, but are not regarded as part of the downtown area. It has only 770 people.

Tilburg Zuid lies between the A58 and Ringbaan Zuid motorways and is the most southern area. Tilburg- zuid has 14,836 residents. There are two districts and many shops in the area. Willem II soccer team is in the neighbourhood, as is the Ireen Wüst Ijsbaan rollercoaster.

This part of the town is home to the Fontys University of Applied Sciences headquarters, St. Elisabeth and Leijpark, one of the city's biggest open-air museums. Tilburg West was mainly constructed after the Second World War and has 29,611 people. This neighbourhood is mainly made up of small brickwork homes and residential blocks, with the exception of Zorgvlied, which contains more costly detached homes.

Westermarkt is the biggest mall outside the town. There are many higher education institutions, such as the University of Tilburg and the Avans Hogeschool. TweeSteden ziekenhuis (nl), one of the two Tilburg clinics, is located in the area. The area is linked to Tilburg Universiteit rail terminal, formerly called "Tilburg West Station".

Tilburg's biggest Mosque, the Süleymaniye Moscow, erected in 2001, is in the south-eastern area. Westward is encircled by woods such as Wandelbos and the Oude Warande, which are situated just westward of the school. Reeshof is the most western part of Tilburg and the most recent extension of the town with 42,696 people.

This made Reeshof the biggest part of Tilburg. This part of the city is linked by Tilburg Reeshof train stop and several streets that surround the part of the city and the Vossenberg industry settlement just south of the Wilhelmina Canal. It crosses the county, which includes green areas with some highland animals that graze between the fencing that protects the neighborhood.

On 1 January 2011 Tilburg had 206,234 inhabitants. The Tilburg Municipal Government estimates that the town will have 217,000 inhabitants by 2025. The University of Tilburg attracts scientists from all over the globe. It is a model town of the European Union's Intercultural Towns program.

33 ] The beverage was created in 1973 when the Tilburg businessman Jan Wassing began to experiment with a beverage with a lower alcohol content that was suitable for his belly. At the Loven industry park in Tilburg, Eindhoven-based Schrobbeler Ltd. distills the beverage without the last cereal.

Its name derives from the occupation'Schrobbelaar' in the Tilburg textiles sector. Peerke's Nat is another well-known beverage from Tilburg, which has a higher alcohol content than Schrobbelèr (25%) and was imported during the canonization of Peter Donders (locally called Peerke). The town of Tilburg has some remarkable works of artwork that are mainly sponsored by KORT (Art in Open Ruimte Tilburg, Netherlands for Arts in Open Space Tilburg).

Tilburg is home to numerous international cultural events such as Incubate, Festival Mundial, Stranger Than Paranoia (Jazz), Tilburg Student Festival and Roadburn Festival. The Fontys University of Applied Sciences founded a popular science college at the beginning of the 21 st cent. and the Ph. The Tilburg has an excellent Modern Art Gallery, De Pont.

There are many amusement and relaxation areas in the Tilburg area. The Leijpark and Reeshofpark are the biggest of the Tilburg Gardens. Compared to other top ten Dutch towns, Tilburg provides the biggest woodland area. The community of Tilburg has Wandelbos, a wood just southwest of Tilburg-West, the Oude Warande, the Kaaistoep, a 4.5 square kilometre wood and partly Huis Ter Heide in the north-west of Tilburg, a 6.5 square kilometre nature conservation area.

The Tilburg Ten Miles is an yearly street race in Tilburg. The city of Tilburg is home to three playing in the best international football teams. The city has an indoor and outdoor icerink, among them the 400 metre long ice-skating track Ireen Wüst IJsbaan. For years, the Tilburg Trappers icehockey squad ruled the Eredivisie (Dutch Premier League) before switching to the upper league, the third icehockey class in Germany.

There are three train stops in Tilburg: University of Tilburg and Tilburg Reeshof. This last one was constructed to link the then youngest part of Tilburg, the Reeshof. Inter-city-train stops only in Tilburg (Centraal). Tilburg Universiteit was called Tilburg West from 1968 to December 2010, but after 40 years it was no longer the most western city.

In Berkel-Enschot, also in the community of Tilburg, a 4th rail terminal is scheduled, which will be taken up more in Tilburg. Berkel-Enschot used to have its own railroad yard until 1938. Udenhout, further north-east in the community, also had its railroads until 1938. Tilburg town and village busses are run by Veolia Transport Nederland.

From 2005 to 2008, the municipality was experimenting with free of charge means of transportation for kids and 55+ persons. The town Tilburg is a twin town: Burgemeester Peter Noordanus"[Mayor Peter Noordanus] (in Dutch). Municipality of Tilburg. The CBS Statline (in Dutch). Actor Hoogtebestand Nederland (in Dutch). The CBS Statline (in Dutch). The CBS Statline (in Dutch). The region is home to Philips, Eindhoven University of Technology, Tilburg University and HAS Den Bosch.

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