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The boundaries are not clearly demarcated"Gooi" (xo:i) rhymes roughly with the English name "Roy"Het Gooi (pronounced [t xoi] or [t xoi]) is the area around Hilversum, in the centre of the NetherlandsCultural and historical items of interestIn the 1950s the first public television broadcast was made from Studio Irene (now gone)People from Het Gooi are known for the way they pronounce "r" before a vowel and at the end of a syllableHet Gooi is the area around Hilversum in the southeastern corner of the province of North HollandNear Hilversum the longest wildlife crossing overpass in the world has been constructed over the N524 and the Amsterdam-Hilversum railway lineWeesp is part of the Vechtstreek and Eemnes part of EemlandIn Laren it has a pond and fountain in its centre
John's Church (Sint-Janskerkhof) in Laren The Erfgooiers The village centres of Laren and Blaricum, the only villages in the province of North Holland with recognisable village greens The fort and museum at Naarden The old fishing harbour and village centre of Huizen The remaining structures in the historical defence line of Amsterdam (Stelling van Amsterdam) The architecture and broadcasting studios at Hilversum The estate landscape of 's-Graveland The remaining structures in the northern part of the historical Dutch Water Line The original Gooi dialect (now almost extinct) Starting around 1500, and reaching a peak in the 1600s, sand was quarried in the area for the expansion of AmsterdamEvery year Naarden hosts the national photograph festival and, on Good Friday, a performance of Bach's Stthe Bussum neighbourhood of 't Spiegel) developedIn 1892, after the tram line connecting Laren, Blaricum and Huizen was laid, these towns also developedIn English, the area is generally referred to as "Het Gooi" (capital "H") or "the Gooi area"It expanded from Hilversum to the other towns nearby
To the north of Het Gooi there is a body of water called Lake Gooi (in Dutch, Gooimeer), a southern extension of the IJsselmeerIn the 1950s the construction of motorways (the A1 and the A27) continued this processStarting around 1500, and reaching a peak in the 17th century, sand was quarried in the area for the expansion of AmsterdamMatthew Passion in the local church, which is called the Great Church or StThe first village in Het Gooi was LarenFrom around the time of the introduction of the steam train in 1882 until around 1950, there was an artists' colony in the areaHilversum developed into a centre for the production of wool and textilesApple Android Windows Phone Android To get the free app, enter mobile phone number(Afterwards there were disputes between the County of Holland and the Bishopric of Utrecht over the governance of the area.) The churches founded in the other towns in the area all bore the name of St
Hilversum became the centre of Het Gooi as a result of the rapid development of wool production and the textile and carpet-making industryIn the 20th century it grew rapidly as a residential commuter townThe name "Gooi" is related to "gouw", the Dutch word for "gau", being an old name for a "region"A traditionally Catholic town, the most important church is the StThis led to the founding of the Netherlands Public Broadcasting system and the various networks, including AVRO, VARA, KRO, NCRV, NTS and the NOB and othersMedieval period
Contents 1 Name 2 Location and composition 3 Landscape and nature 4 History 4.1 Prehistory 4.2 Medieval period 4.3 Modern era 5 Towns in Het Gooi 5.1 Hilversum 5.2 Naarden 5.3 Laren and Blaricum 5.4 Bussum 5.5 Huizen 6 Cultural and historical items of interest 7 The public image of Het Gooi 8 Notes 9 See also In the Netherlands this is rareToday the Netherlands Public Broadcasting has offices and studios all over the areaThe changes in land elevation, and the transition from wet to dry, are important for many animals and plantsThe original inhabitants of the area have been submerged by the flood of newcomersNear Hilversum the longest wildlife crossing overpass in the world has been constructed over the N524 and the Amsterdam-Hilversum railway lineQueen Elizabeth I There are many versions of Queen Elizabeth I of England; the beautiful young Tudor Queen courted by all the princes of Europe; a fearless virgin warrior in white velvet, rousing her troops on the battlefield; an irascible old woman in a powdered wig, surrounded by fawning young menTown square in Laren 48a4f088c3