Venice of the North

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The term Venice of the North refers to various cities in northern Europe that contain canals, comparing them to Venice, Italy, which is renowned for its canals (see Grand Canal).

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  6. ^ http://mondialcom2015.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Den-Bosch5.jpg
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