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He had wanted to forbid the traditional festivities of Shrove Tuesday that often led to excesses. Oeteldonk is a village and therefore every inhabitant is a farmer or a 'durske' a girl or young woman , eliminating class differences.
Each year the mayor of 's-Hertogenbosch hands over his authority to the Mayor of Oeteldonk. From there a parade of all carnival clubs escorts the company to the town hall.
The citizens of 's-Hertogenbosch wear traditional outfits throughout these days. A so-called boerenkiel is worn and every year patches are designed according to that years theme which can then be stitched onto the outfit.
The boerenkiel is often combined with a traditional farmers bandana and a long scarf in the colors of Oeteldonk. Other aspects like the parade, the temporary name and the temporary flag for Oeteldonk red, white and yellow are very similar.
After World War II, plans were made to modernise the old city, by filling in the canals, removing or modifying some ramparts and redeveloping historic neighbourhoods.
Before these plans could come to effect, however, the central government declared the city a protected townscape. Most historic elements have been preserved.
In contrast to cities like Rotterdam , 's-Hertogenbosch also survived the Second World War relatively unscathed. Much of its historic heritage remains intact, and today there are always renovations going on in the city to preserve the many old buildings, fortifications, churches and statues for later generations.
The city center has a cozy atmosphere because of the almost continuous ramparts that still surround it. It has been molded by the multiple rivers that convene on 's-Hertogenbosch, giving the center its strange street plan so different from the usual grid plan , where streets meet at right angles.
In an extensive restoration was completed, undoing the damage of many years of wear-and-tear and acid rain. On the central square is the oldest remaining brick house of the Netherlands, 'de Moriaan',  which was built at the beginning of the 13th century.
In the s, de Moriaan was renovated to its former glory based on a famous 16th-century Dutch painting called 'De Lakenmarkt van 's-Hertogenbosch' 'The fabric market of 's-Hertogenbosch'.
After the town was conquered by the Dutch Republic in , it got a new facade in the style of the Dutch Baroque architecture.
It showcased the authority of the new masters, just like the new town hall in Maastricht would. It started out as a regular river, the Dommel, running through the city in medieval times.
Due to lack of space in the city, people started building their houses and roads over the river. Later, the Binnendieze functioned as a sewer and fell into disrepair.
In recent decades, the remaining sixth part of the old waterway system has been renovated, and it is possible to take several guided subterranean boat trips through it.
It was made to profit from the city's strong defensive position' laying on a sandy hill in the center of a large swamp fed by many rivers.
This also caused that the main ramparts were preserved, because they were crucial in keeping out the water.
In the city was awarded the title European Fortress City of the year. In the years that followed it restored many of the city defenses to much of their old glory.
Apart from small sections of medieval walls, the main structure of the fortification is a late-medieval fifteenth-century wall.
The upper sections were removed when cannon became more powerful, and polygonal bastions were added, some after the conquest by the republic.
Most of these have not been restored to their original height, but do maintain their brick walls. The citadel in the north west of the city does retain its original height.
Around the city itself many other fortresses can still be seen. In the north east of the old city, the hexagonal gunpowder magazine , called Kruithuis  is located close to the citadel.
It is one of only a handful that still exist in the Netherlands, and was built when the city was still part of the Spanish Netherlands.
It is planned to become the museum of fortress 's-Hertogenbosch. One of the bastions of the fortress now houses the mini museum Bastionder. It has been dug out in a bastion of the south side.
On the inside it shows a unique wrought iron cannon, and an older bastion that was walled in by the current one. On the south side of the city, the city center and walls still border the Bossche Broek, an old polder that could never be made dry.
In the dyke of the Dommel broke and an enormous amount of water entered the polder. It also flooded and blocked the main Dutch highway A2.
In order to prevent this in the future, the area was rearranged to store excess water in case of emergencies. In the area had been furnished with higher dikes and locks that allowed a controlled flooding of the polder and some adjacent areas in case of emergency.
The Bossche Broek is now a hectare acre nature reserve , that stretches all the way to Vught. It is connected to the Moerputten and Vlijmens Ven, with which it forms a Natura area.
Rare species in the area are the scarce large blue and the European weather loach. The Moerputten sports the Moerputten Bridge , a m long nineteenth century railway bridge and engineering feat.
However, what is really unique about the area is its close proximity to the city center. The city is also the location of the Bolwoningen complex, an array of fifty experimental spherical houses designed by Dries Kreijkamp.
Both of them still exist as amateur football clubs. This championship led to the construction of stadium De Vliert , which at one time had a capacity of 30, Due to the less successful years that followed, the capacity is now only 8, visitors.
It is home to top club HC Den Bosch. The women's team in particular kind of dominates the Dutch field hockey competition.
The professional basketball club New Heroes Den Bosch is also very successful. The city's rugby club is called The Dukes and dates from It is located at a very scenic location at the foot of the city walls.
Because of the limited space, the club plays on artificial turf and part of the accommodation is subterranean. The Dukes has the most junior members.
It became the national rugby champion in During these combined World Championships two separate venues were used: the Parade and the rugby fields of The Dukes.
All finals took place in the arena at the Parade. The Parade is a historic square surrounded by high trees, situated at the foot of the nearly seven-hundred-year-old Saint John's Cathedral in the attractive center of 's-Hertogenbosch.
In 's-Hertogenbosch it runs through the city proper, south east from where a bastion has been cut off from the citadel.
On the remaining part of the Zuid-Willemsvaart west of the city is the industrial harbor of 's-Hertogenbosch.
A marina is located in the center. From the Utrecht-'s-Hertogenbosch section was 2 times 2 lanes. In it finally became a controlled-access highway.
In the section between 's-Hertogenbosch and Eindhoven became a controlled-access highway. The situation in Maastricht was only solved in , when the Koning Willem-Alexandertunnel was opened.
On the east-west axis 's-Hertogenbosch is on the A59 motorway. The A65 motorway between 's-Hertogenbosch and Tilburg is a regional highway, but is not completely access-controlled.
As a consequence north-south trains depart every ten minutes. On the Tilburg—Nijmegen railway trains run on a more modest schedule.
Other stations within the limits of the municipality are 's-Hertogenbosch Oost railway station and Rosmalen railway station.
Vught railway station is actually closer to the city center than that in Rosmalen. A reasonable amount of bike paths has so far been constructed in the town.
In , the city was chosen as Fietsstad —the top bike city of the Netherlands for Niederlande Sjeng Schalken 1.
Australien Lleyton Hewitt. Australien Patrick Rafter 3. Australien Patrick Rafter 2. Rumänien Andrei Pavel.
Australien Patrick Rafter 1. Tschechien Martin Damm. Niederlande Richard Krajicek 2. Frankreich Guillaume Raoux.
Vereinigte Staaten Richey Reneberg. Schweden Anders Järryd. Niederlande Richard Krajicek 1. Deutschland Karsten Braasch.
Frankreich Arnaud Boetsch. Australien Wally Masur.