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"Ve" is a municipality and a town in ctral Netherlands, it is part of the province of Utrecht. Ve is the only population ctre within its administrative borders. The municipality has 61,681 inhabitants and an area of 19,81 square kilometres, most of which is covered with built-up area.

The original village was founded in the 16th ctury as a peat colony from which it got its name. "Ve" is the old Dutch word for peat and " for valley, so literally the name means "peat and valley". Until just after World War II, Ve remained a small community with only a few thousand residts. In the last fifty years the town grew rapidly to the 60,000+ inhabitants of today.

Until the second half of the 20th ctury, Ve was divided into two parts, a "Gelders" and an "Utrechts" part ("Gelders" comes from Gelderland and "Utrechts" from Utrecht, both Dutch provinces). This is because in the first few cturies of the town"s existce it was too small to be its own municipality. The southern half evtually became indepdt from Rh and Rswoude in 1795. The northern half separated from Ede in 1960.

In 1997 it was elected the greest city of Europe and in 2004 of the Netherlands. In 2000 the town was elected best bicycle city of the Netherlands.

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The town is known for being one of the bigger towns within the Dutch Bible Belt (together with Ede and Kamp) which is inhabited chiefly by conservative Protestants.

Famous people from V
*Rob Barel (1957) - athlete, triathlon
*Stef Bos (1961) - Dutch singer
*Yuri Landman (1973) - Experimtal musical instrumt builder
*Frits Wester (1962) - Dutch TV analist of politics
*Daryl van Wouw (1977) - Fashion designer
*Willem Reberg (Headhunterz) (2009) - Musician

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