Cycle route along the Walcheren Canal
Middelburg, Veere, Arnemuiden
During the Golden Age, Zeeland cities such as Middelburg and Veere became prosperous as international trading ports. Amsterdam may be the most important VOC trading city, but Middelburg was just as important as the other four VOC cities (Delft, Rotterdam, Enkhuizen and Hoorn) combined. Veere became prosperous as early as the 15th century through the marriage of Wolfert VI van Borselen with the daughter of the Scottish king James I. As a result, Veere became the warehouse of Scottish wool.
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