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sander155
Dec 3, 2006, 10:27 AM
City Request Form

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City Name: Sneek
Native Name:
State/Province: Friesland
Country: Netherlands
Population: 33018
Population Source & Year: Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek ( www.cbs.nl ) Jan 2006
About the city; Sneek is under others known because of its ditches, the water gate (symbol of the place) and water sport (sailing). Sneek is one of the Frisian eleven cities that are put on by the Elfstedentocht ( ice-skate journey ) The city has a shopping-centre position for south west-Friesland. (http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sneek_%28stad%29)
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Building Request Form

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Official sources: http://home.planet.nl/~hansvw/water/sites/body_snee1908.html
Unofficial sources: http://www.sneek.nl/sjablonen/dw/default.asp?objectID=2782&linkID=29928

Building Name: Watertoren Sneek
Native Name: Water tower Sneek
Other Names:
Address: Lemmerweg 45
City: Sneek
Postal Code: 8607
State/Province: Friesland
Country: Netherlands
Official Building Website URL:
Skyscrapers.com (Emporis.info) URL:
Architect: G. Halbertsma
Interesting Facts/Records (in own words): 1 reservoir 350 m3

Heights--
- antenna:
- spire: 44 meter
- roof:
- top floor:
- other heights:

Current Building Status (Built, Proposed, Canceled, Destroyed, etc...): Built

Construction Dates--
- started:
- finished: 1908
- destroyed:


Above ground floors:
Below ground floors:
Floor-to-floor height:
Gross Floor area:
Elevator count:
Unit count:

Structure Type(s): Water tower
Building Use(s): Office (http://www.greydanuscommunicatie.nl/ )
Building Style(s):
Building Materials: Stone, Concrete, Glass
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Building Request Form

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Official sources: http://www.skyscrapercity.info/100.php?id=4&bid=846
Unofficial sources: http://home.planet.nl/~hansvw/water/sites/body_gron1908.html

Building Name: Watertoren Groningen
Native Name: Water tower Groningen
Other Names:
Address: Noorderbinnensingel
City: Groningen
Postal Code: 9744
State/Province: Groningen
Country: Netherlands
Official Building Website URL: http://www.grand-theatre.nl/producties/prod_watertoren.html
Skyscrapers.com (Emporis.info) URL:
Architect: Carl Francke
Interesting Facts/Records (in own words): 1 resevoir: 1000m3

Heights--
- antenna:
- spire: 45.3 m
- roof:
- top floor:
- other heights:

Current Building Status (Built, Proposed, Canceled, Destroyed, etc...): Built

Construction Dates--
- started:
- finished: 1908
- destroyed:


Above ground floors:
Below ground floors:
Floor-to-floor height:
Gross Floor area:
Elevator count:
Unit count:

Structure Type(s): Water tower
Building Use(s): Mechanical
Building Style(s): Old
Building Materials: Stone, Concrete, Glass, Steel
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Building Request Form
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Official sources: http://home.planet.nl/~hansvw/water/sites/body_hoog1928.html
Unofficial sources: http://www.wmd.nl/over_water/waterwinning/Watertorens/hoogeveen.html

Building Name: Watertoren Hoogeveen
Native Name: Water tower Hoogeveen
Other Names:
Address: Vos van Steenwijklaan
City: Hoogeveen
Postal Code: 7902
State/Province: Drenthe
Country: Netherlands
Official Building Website URL:
Skyscrapers.com (Emporis.info) URL:
Architect: Waterleidingmaatschappij Drenthe
Interesting Facts/Records (in own words): 1 reservoir 300 m3

Heights--
- antenna:
- spire:
- roof: 38.3 m
- top floor:
- other heights:

Current Building Status (Built, Proposed, Canceled, Destroyed, etc...): Built

Construction Dates--
- started: 1928
- finished: 1932
- destroyed:


Above ground floors:
Below ground floors:
Floor-to-floor height:
Gross Floor area:
Elevator count:
Unit count:

Structure Type(s): Water tower
Building Use(s): Mechanical
Building Style(s):
Building Materials: Stone, Concrete, Glass
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LMich
Dec 4, 2006, 2:20 AM
Added, but when a tower is constructed of brick please use that as the material. Not ever tower is constructed of the same material. "Stone" is too general a term, and often not even correct.