Coordinates: 51°29′N 3°58′E / 51.483°N 3.967°E Biezelinge is a village in the Dutch municipality of Kapelle (province of Zeeland). On January 1, 2009, it had 1605 inhabitants.
The village is separated from Kapelle by a
railroad. The two villages share a train station.
Previously the village had a
port, which was connected with the Western Scheldt. In 1717, this silted up, and has since been transformed into a market.
monastery named "Jerusalem" once stood on a rise east of Biezelinge. The foundations have been examined, but are no longer intact. The place has been used for agriculture for generations by the family De Roo.
Transport [ edit ]
Railway station: Kapelle-Biezelinge.
railway Vlissingen to Roosendaal (part of line 11), with stations (grouped by municipality, bolded), and official station abbreviations:
People from Biezelinge [ edit ]
Biezelinge old 'Nieuwe kerk' (
Former location of the port
Equipment at the marketplace
Kapelle-Biezelinge train station
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