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Audrey Hepburn
Audrey Hepburn (born Audrey Kathleen Ruston; 4 May 1929 – 20 January 1993) was a British[a] actress and humanitarian. Recognised as both a film and fashion icon, she was ranked by the American Film Institute as the third-greatest female screen legend from the Golden Age of Hollywood, and was inducted into the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame.

Clément Guillaume Jean van Maasdijk
Clément van Maasdijk (The Hague, August 9, 1885 - Schaarsbergen, August 27, 1910) was a Dutch aviator and aviation pioneer. He was the first Dutchman to die in a plane crash. He started his aviation career after he saw the French aviator Lefèbvre doing a demonstration above The Hague. In Pau, France, he rode a Wright Flyer, but quickly switched to a Blériot XI with Anzani engine. He crashed it on April 21, 1910.

Beatrix former Queen of the Netherlands
H.K.H.Beatrix Wilhelmina Armgard, Princess of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, Princess of Lippe-Biesterfeld (Baarn, January 31, 1938) was Queen of the Netherlands from April 30, 1980 to April 30, 2013. She is the oldest child from the marriage of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands and Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld and widow of Prince Claus of the Netherlands since 2002.

Simon Johannes Carmiggelt
Simon Carmiggelt (7 October 1913 – 30 November 1987) was a Dutch writer, journalist, and poet who became a well known public figure in the Netherlands because of his daily newspaper columns and his television appearances. Simon did not turn out to be a very bright student and he left secondary school in 1929. He enjoyed working as an editor for the school paper though, and he was determined to become a journalist.

Mariken van Nieumeghen
Mariken van Nieumeghen is a miracle recorded in a Middle Dutch text from the early 16th century. The protagonist Mariken of the story spends seven years with the devil, after which she is miraculously released. The oldest edition dates from 1515 and was printed by Willem Vorsterman. Linguistic evidence suggests it was written by a poet from an Antwerp chamber of rhetoric.

The International Four Day Marches Nijmegen (boy)
The International Four Day Marches Nijmegen is the largest multiple day marching event in the world. It is organised every year in Nijmegen, Netherlands in mid-July as a means of promoting sport and exercise. Participants walk 30, 40 or 50 kilometres daily depending on their age and gender and, on completion, receive a royally approved medal. The participants are mostly civilians, but there are also a few thousand military participants.

The Bleachwoman
Jan Schoenmakers made this statue and was placed in the center of Beek on the corner of Rijksstraatweg-Nieuwe Holleweg. The woman is on her way to the local bleaching fields with a basket full of laundry. The water in the fountain comes from the Elsbeek, which also powered the local water mill.

Pieter Gerbrand van Tienhoven
Pieter Gerbrand van Tienhoven (Amsterdam, November 19, 1875 - there, May 5, 1953), son of Gijsbert van Tienhoven, was an insurer in Amsterdam who was best known for his work for nature conservation. He studied law and biology at the Municipality of Amsterdam, where he obtained his doctorate in law in 1902. He then worked until 1949 as a director of various insurance companies. In 1905 he was co-founder of the Vereniging Natuurmonumenten.

Tiny Carmiggelt
Tiny Carmiggelt is the wife of the famous Dutch writer Simon Carmiggelt. Simon was also journalist, and poet who became a well known public figure in the Netherlands because of his daily newspaper columns and his television appearances. Simon did not turn out to be a very bright student and he left secondary school in 1929. He enjoyed working as an editor for the school paper though, and he was determined to become a journalist.

The Guide of Berg en Dal
From the late nineteenth century Berg en Dal developed as a tourist attraction. For this local guides were needed to show the tourists all sights and the natural beauty including the unique railway between Berg en Dal en Beek. The statue was commissioned by the local Heemkunde foundation and unveiled in 1989.

The International Four Day Marches Nijmegen (boy)
The International Four Day Marches Nijmegen is the largest multiple day marching event in the world. It is organised every year in Nijmegen, Netherlands in mid-July as a means of promoting sport and exercise. Participants walk 30, 40 or 50 kilometres daily depending on their age and gender and, on completion, receive a royally approved medal. The participants are mostly civilians, but there are also a few thousand military participants.

The Arnhem girl
Joop te Riele (Zutphen, November 19, 1939) is a Dutch sculptor and made a statue of an Arnhem girl in 1980. In 1993 a life-size bronze copy was placed in Arnhem. Te Riele was educated at the Academy of Visual Arts in Arnhem (1965-1966) and the Royal Academy of Art and Design in 's-Hertogenbosch (1966-1968). He makes human figures in bronze, stone and limestone.  Arnhem also knows biscuits with the name Arnhem girls.

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