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The Geography of Groningen

02 March 2020

Enjoy this very interesting blog about the varied geographies of the city of Groningen and its' surroundings! The posts are all written by our first year UCG students as part of their Core Elective "People, Places and Culture in a Global Context".

How did World War 2 change the landscape of Groningen?

What is the impact of gas exploitation in Groningen and how does this it benefit the whole of the Netherlands?

Why do students choose to study in Groningen?

Learn more about Groningen and enjoy our students' hard work!

Last modified:24 February 2020 4.42 p.m.

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