Definition of Hoek van holland
1. Noun. A cape on the southwestern coast of the Netherlands near Rotterdam.
Group relationships: Holland, Kingdom Of The Netherlands, Nederland, Netherlands, The Netherlands
Generic synonyms: Cape, Ness
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Literary usage of Hoek van holland
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1. The Earth and Its Inhabitants by Élisée Reclus (1882)
"sidered sufficient to cut a " new water-way" across the Hoek van Holland (Fig. 282), and to protect this new mouth of the Scheur by means of piers, ..."
2. A Treatise on Rivers and Canals: Relating to the Control and Improvement of by Leveson Francis Vernon-Harcourt (1882)
"... Alterations in the Navigable Channel; the Voorne Canal; New Works; Adoption of Scheur Branch and Cut across Hoek-van-Holland; Jetties at the Mouth; ..."
3. A Treatise on Rivers and Canals: Relating to the Control and Improvement of by Leveson Francis Vernon-Harcourt (1882)
"... the Voorne Canal; New Works; Adoption of Scheur Branch and Cut across Hoek-van-Holland; Jetties at the Mouth ; Result on Trade to Rotterdam; ..."
4. The Rhine from Rotterdam to Constance: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1906)
"Via Hoek van Holland. Duration of .journey 15 hrs. Pure? 11. 12». 9d., li. ... Restaurant-car attached to the boat-train from Hoek van Holland. cl. ..."
5. International Exhibition of Articles of Industry, Art, Etc. Held at by Leonard Constantijn van Kerkwijk (1876)
"... and a cutting through the Hoek van Holland. For that purpose it is proposed to improve the direction of the stream and to contract the excessive width ..."
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