Documentary about Zaltbommel.

This documentary shows the most important squares, streets, and buildings of Zaltbommel, with shots of the river Waal. We see the market, the water tower, old fortifications, the railway bridge, the St Maartens tower, the carillon tower, and the cable ferry. The film also has footage of a shipyard where ocean ships are built.


Documentary about the city of Utrecht. This film is dedicated to Mayor Reiger, who had a great deal of influence on the development of Utrecht at the turn of the century. The opening shot is an aerial view of downtown, filmed from the hundred-metre-high Domtoren. Considerable attention is paid to the Domtoren, the Domkerk, the nearby university, and the most important canals. From a boat in the canal, the filmmaker depicts the shipyard basements and the low-lying quays. Many passers-by pose for the camera. Footage is also shot from a moving tram.


Documentary about Medemblik.

In an extensive introduction, this documentary refers to the long history of the town of Medemblik, which begins as early as 344 AD. The town was built on the site where, according to legend, the Frisian King Radboud (c. 680 - 719) built a fortress.


Documentary about Hoorn.

This film about Hoorn focuses on the glorious past of this former VOC city. Hoorn is presented as a typical small town in Holland, where the prosperity of the past is still visible.