City routes are roads that serve a certain city in the Netherlands.Only six cities make use of city routes in the Netherlands: Amsterdam, Almere, The Hague, Nijmegen, Rotterdam, and Zaanstad.â¢ Other Related Knowledge of amsterdamTrain services of amsterdamThe following train services call at Hilversum:7 daily intercity services Amsterdam - Amersfoort - Hengelo - Osnabrck - Hanover - Berlin1x per hour intercity services Schiphol - Amersfoort - Hengelo - Enschede1x per hour intercity service Schiphol - Hilversum - Amersfoort Schothorst2x per hour intercity service Enkhuizen - Hoorn - Amsterdam - Hilversum - Amersfoort (- Deventer)2x per hour local service (sprinter) Utrecht - Hilversum - Almere2x per hour local service (sprinter) The Hague - Leiden - Hoofddorp - Schiphol - Duivendrecht - Hilversum - Utrecht2x per hour local service (sprinter) Hoofddorp - Schiphol - Amsterdam - Hilversum - Amersfoort------Post-release of amsterdamStevie was the winner of numerous festival awards, including the 2002 Amsterdam International Documentary Film Festival's Joris Ivens Award, given to that year's top documentary. The film was a 2003 nominee for Best Documentary at the Sundance FIlm Festival, as well as the Independent Spirit Awards.By decade's end, Stevie was on numerous 'Best of the 2000s' list. In his list of 'Best Films of Any Genre', Ray Pride of NewCity Film, ranked Stevie at #19. Critic Collin Souter of Efilmcritic.com named Stevie the best documentary of the decade.failed verification------Content of amsterdamIn 1995, James returned to Pomona, a rural town in Southern Illinois, USA. After 10 years with no contact, he attempts to reconnect with Stevie Fielding, a troubled young boy to whom he had been an 'Advocate Big Brother'. James's re-entry into Stevie's life is brief.The story then picks up again about two years later after Stevie is charged with a serious crime. Through interviews with Stevie and his family and friends, James paints the portrait of a man who is still very troubled, while he tries to understand what led Stevie down the path of self-destruction.------1994 Dutch Supercup of amsterdamThe match for the fifth Dutch Supercup was held on 21 August 1994 in the Olympisch Stadion in Amsterdam. The match featured the winners of the 1993-94 Eredivisie Ajax and the winners of the 1993-94 KNVB Cup Feyenoord. The game was won by Ajax 30, with the goals coming from Jari Litmanen, Tarik Oulida and Patrick Kluivert.PTT (an acronym for Posterijen, Telegrafie en Telefonie (Dutch for Postoffice, Telegraph and Telephone)), had been the corporate sponsors since the re-inauguration of the Supercup in 1991. With the competition being known as the 'PTT Telecom Cup', however they withdrew their sponsorship for the 1994 edition of the cup. This led to the name reverting to 'Nederlandse Supercup' (Dutch: Dutch Supercup), a name which was retained until 1996 when the competition became known as the Johan Cruijff-schaal.This would be the last Dutch Supercup to be played at the Olympisch Stadion, in 1995 the games would be played at the De Kuip with all subsequent cups, under the title of the Johan Cruijff-schaal, being played at the Amsterdam ArenA.------Belief and Practice of amsterdamTheir principle from the beginning had been to admit all individuals to their society who were willing to acknowledge their belief in the Bible as inspired scripture, and to take it as a guide for Christian life; but no confession of faith was used, and the widest diversity of opinion was permitted. Their form of worship consisted of prayer meetings held on Sundays and Wednesdays, at which any men of the community might pray and expound the scripture, but there was no regular organization of a ministry among them. They recognized the necessity of baptism, which they administered by immersion, and twice a year they had a sacramental meeting extending over several days, similar to those of the Scottish Presbyterians..------2006 Frankfurt Galaxy season of amsterdamThe 2006 Frankfurt Galaxy season was the 14th season for the franchise in the NFL Europe League (NFLEL). The team was led by head coach Mike Jones in his third year, and played its home games at Commerzbank Arena in Frankfurt, Germany. They finished the regular season in second place with a record of seven wins and three losses. In World Bowl XIV, Frankfurt defeated the Amsterdam Admirals 227. The victory marked the franchise's fourth World Bowl championship, a league record.------Piet Blom of amsterdamPiet Blom (Dutch pronunciation: pid blm; February 8, 1934, Amsterdam June 8, 1999, Denmark) was a Dutch architect best known for his 'Kubuswoningen' (Cube houses) built in Helmond in the mid-1970s and in Rotterdam in the early 1980s. He studied at the Amsterdam Academy of Building-Arts as a student of Aldo van Eyck.Piet was selected as the Dutch Prix de Rome recipient in 1962.Piet Blom, Aldo van Eyck, Herman Hertzberger and others are representatives of the Structuralism movement.There is a museum dedicated to Piet Blom's works that opened in May 2013 in Hengelo, the Netherlands.------19281952: Christian socialist of amsterdamHenriette had deep slumps. She suffered from depression, bouts of anorexia, anemia and heart disease but when she was well she struggled with an unrelenting zeal to improve the position of workers, youth, and women.Her first poems were passionately for socialism. She wrote among other things, the Dutch text for the anthem "The Internationale". Later, her work took a more religious character. Among her writings were plays, biographies (of Rousseau, Gandhi and Tolstoy), journalism, and radio plays.During the Second World War she was active in the Dutch resistance, as editor of the resistance magazine De Vonk, then De Vlam. Though of a well to do background, she was certainly not a "salon socialist".At the end of her life she wrote the autobiography Het vuur brandde voort. She died in Amsterdam on 21 November 1952 at the age of 82. A bust was placed in her memory in her birthplace of Noordwijk in 1969.------Minix-vmd of amsterdamMinix-vmd is a computer operating system which was created from MINIX, a Unix-like microkernel, and added some features such as virtual memory and X Window System support. It is free and open source software.Minix-vmd runs on IA-32 and compatible microprocessor architectures. It was written by many of the same authors who develop MINIX, at the Vrije Universiteit (VU) in Amsterdam. The acronym reputedly stands for VU Minix Distribution.According to its authors, Minix-vmd was created to meet specific needs they had, rather than to be a general purpose use OS like Linux. It also does not share the educational goals of MINIX.Nevertheless, the OS may have been of interest to others for various purposes, due to its small resource use compared with other operating systems, and other factors. However, MINIX 3 incorporated Minix-vmd's functions.------Early life of amsterdamBorn in Noordwijk on 24 December 1869, Roland Holst was brought up in the affluent, liberal Christian family of the notary Theodore Willem van der Schalk and Anna Ida van der Schalk-van der Hoeven. Roland Holst attended four years of boarding school in Velp and studied French in Liege.Roland Holst soon came to develop a talent as a poet. She married the artist Richard Roland Holst in 1896 and befriended the poet Herman Gorter, who prompted her to read Das Kapital by Karl Marx. Around this time she became politically active and began her career as a writer on political, historical and philosophical fields.------Dutch service history of amsterdamHNLMS Amsterdam was one of eight Friesland-class destroyers and was built at the NDSM in Amsterdam. The keel laying took place on 26 March 1955 and the launching on 25 August 1956. The ship was put into service on 10 April 1958.In the late 1950s the ship received a test installation that had earlier been on the Mercuur for testing the use of the British MK 20E torpedo.The ship left on 8 October 1959 for Netherlands New Guinea visiting the ports of Gibraltar, Palermo, Beirut, Port Said, Colombo, Fremantle, Perth and Port Darwin along the way. The ship would arrive on 29 November in Biak. 10 April 1961 Amsterdam and HNLMS Piet Hein left for the Netherlands where they would arrive 20 months later.On 12 May 1980 the vessel was decommissioned and sold to the Peruvian Navy.------Family and education of amsterdamGrapperhaus was born in Amsterdam. He is eldest son of Ferd Grapperhausnl, who served as State Secretary for Finance from 1967 to 1971. Grapperhaus went to the secondary school Aloysius College in The Hague in between 1971 and 1977. He studied Dutch law at the University of Amsterdam where he obtained an LLM degree in constitutional law in 1984. In 1995, Grapperhaus was awarded a PhD degree in labour law under the supervision of Paul F. van der Heijden.------The Collegiants and Spinoza of amsterdamBenedict Spinoza joined the study groups of the Collegiants while living near Leiden from 1660 to 1663. It was during this period that he began working on his major book, The Ethics. At the end of the 17th century, the opinions of Spinoza had obtained a strong hold upon the Collegiants, and caused a temporary division of their members into two parties, with separate places of meeting. The leader of the Spinozist party was John Bredenburg, a merchant of Rotterdam, and he was opposed by a bookseller from Amsterdam, named Francis Couper, who attained some eminence by a work which he wrote against Bredenburg under the title Arcana Atheismi detecta ("The Secrets of Atheism Revealed"); he was also the publisher of the Bibliotheca Fratrum Polonorum seu Unitariorum. The two parties were reunited on the death of these two controversialists, and attracted many to their society from other sects during the 18th century------Ideology of amsterdamParty president Mrak-Tarita described Glas as "a modern, progressive, trans-ideological party in the centre-left, acceptable to people who are liberal, social-liberal and social-democratic." Party's emphasis will be placed on individual freedoms and rights, stable institutions and diversity as a comparative advantage.Party stands for:the right of women to freely choose on abortion,extension of LGBT rights and civil rights protections,the right to vote at the local elections at the age of 16,anti-fascism as the foundation of modern Croatia,separation of church and state, strengthening secularization and revision of all four concordats,comprehensive curriculum reform,removal of parafiscal tax,public administration reform,a stable judiciary,decentralisation.------Blaricum of amsterdamBlaricum (Dutch pronunciation: blarikm (listen)) is a municipality and village in the province of North Holland, the Netherlands. It is part of the region of Gooiland and part of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area (Metropoolregio Amsterdam). It is known for its many monumental farm buildings, local cafes and restaurants, nature, several annual community events and extensive up-market residential areas.According to statistics published by the Dutch land registry office in February 2011, Blaricum is the most expensive location to purchase a house in the Netherlands. The average home in Blaricum costs 800,000 and has risen an average of 12% over the last year.Blaricum is a popular residence of many Dutch celebrities, including Rene Froger, Anita Meijer, Paul de Leeuw, Dennis Bergkamp, Gordon, Jerney Kaagman, John de Mol, Anita Witzier and Marco Borsato.------History of amsterdamThe station opened on 10 June 1874. The station was situated on the so-called Gooilijn, part of the AmsterdamZutphen railway. Other connections were added later. The current building was constructed in 1992 and, apart from the railway station, it used to also houses offices of the regional Tax and Customs Administration. These have been replaced by offices of Transdev, BrightBlue, PareX Parts Exchange and other companies.Intercity services at Hilversum were suspended in 1995. After constructing extra platforms, intercity services were resumed on 10 December 2007. All passing passenger trains now call at Hilversum.