plantage

plantage

(ˈplɑːntɪdʒ)
n
1. (Botany) plants
2. (Horticulture) the cultivation of plants
3. (Agriculture) the cultivation of plants
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While many people never venture beyond the centre and the art history of Amsterdam such as the Van Gogh or Frans Hal Museum, the more adventurous should explore De Pijp, Haarlem, the Plantage and Keukenhof, all a short car, train or bus trip away.
On the final day, we ventured to The Plantage, where many Jews lived before World War II.
In 1998, 80% of city centre residents agreed with this statement, while in 2008 this fell to 71% in the city centre and to 66% in the Plantage neighbourhood.
Address for correspondence: Annick Lenglet, MSF-Operational Centre Amsterdam, Plantage Middenlaan 14, 1018 DD, .Amsterdam, the Netherlands; email: annick.lenglet@amsterdam.msf.org
Economics & Business, University of Amsterdam, Plantage Muidergracht 12, Amsterdam 1018 TV, The Netherlands.
Eerherstel voor de plantage: Uit de geschiedenis van de Handelsvereeniging 'Amsterdam' (HVA), 1879-1983.
Plantage Marienburg: Van koffiebes tot rum (Arnhem, the Netherlands: LM Publishers, 2013, cloth 17.50[euro]) is a charming history of Suriname's largest plantation in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century; Anne Blonde authored the text, which is interspersed with the memories and drawings of Toekijan Soekardi, a former employee who was born on the plantation in 1934.
Brand, 1879-HVA-1979: Honderd jaar geschiedenis der Verenigde HVA Maatschappijen NV (Amsterdam: HVA, 1979); and Adriaan Goedhart, Eerherstel voor de plantage: Uit de geschiedenis van de Handelsvereeniging Amsterdam 1879-1983 (Amsterdam: Albini, 1999).
University of Amsterdam Business School, Plantage Muidergracht 12, 1018 TV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Sample of soil from the riverside part of the Kuutri Street from the prehistoric layers indicated a typical river plantage (Abakumova 1990, 26) and the remains of plantage found from the cultural layer of the Late Iron Age from the central part and nearby of the Town Hall Square show the existence of a moist environment for growth (Abakumova 1990, 24).
Both men have worked at the Hortus Botanicus of Amsterdam, also known as the Plantage Hortus, a botanical garden still in existence today.
Scotland lost 3-2 to hosts Netherlands in their final match of the European senior women's amateur team championship at Wouwse Plantage to finish 10th overall.