Brielle is a small town in the South Holland region of the eastern Netherlands. It was established as a medieval Celtic fort, and was officially made a city in 1306.

Located at the mouth of the River New Maas, Brielle is known for its charming, quaint architecture, quiet and pretty downtown area, street cafes, and riverwalk.

People Born in Brielle

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Brielle in People's Lives

William Penn: When setting out on a Quaker missionary voyage to Holland and Germany in 1677, this was the first place that I landed, and the first non-British city that I visited.

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