1 - brainport of netherlands. thousands of expats are working here for dutch tech industry.

nlalle - 6/13/2023 12:00:00 AM

2 - In 1629, Eindhoven became part of the Netherlands. During the French occupation, Eindhoven suffered again with many of its houses destroyed by the invading forces. Eindhoven remained a minor city after that until the start of the Industrial Revolution. In 1820, the road between Eindhoven and Liege in Belgium was paved, allowing people and goods to travel much more easily between the two cities. During the 19th century, Eindhoven was profoundly changed by the arrival of the Industrial Revolution.

nlalle - 6/13/2023 12:00:00 AM

3 - Although it is close to historical and touristic cities such as bruges, gent and brussels, the reason why it does not offer much in terms of tourism is that the city was badly damaged in the 2nd world war.

nlalle - 6/14/2023 10:28:12 PM