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GelreDome, the home of Vitesse Arnhem, the city's Eredivisie team in football, is a unique facility that features a retractable roof and a slide-out grass pitch. In Schuytgraaf, remnants of a hunters camp from around 5000 BC have been discovered.

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Notable residents edit Hendrik Antoon Lorentz Notable people born in Arnhem include: Herman Koch (1953 writer and actor Hendrik Lorentz (18531928 physicist and Nobel Prize laureate Matthieu Louis Reijers (1985 marketing scientist and venture capitalist Leo Peelen (19682017 track cyclist Estavana Polman (1992 handballer Mart. A Bridge Too Far tells the story of the failure of Operation Market Garden in Arnhem. The current bridge is the third almost-identical bridge built at the same spot. Proximity of border with Germany edit The city lies a few kilometers from the border with Germany, and to some extent the westernmost villages in the municipality of Elten, Germany, function as dormitories for people who work in the Dutch city of Arnhem in part. 18th and 19th century edit Huis Zypendaal From 1795 to 1813, it was reoccupied by the French, by both revolutionary and imperial forces. Transport edit Trolleybus in Arnhem Arnhem has had a main central railway station since 1845 Arnhem Centraal railway station, which is serviced by several intercity lines and the Intercity-Express to Düsseldorf and further on to Frankfurt. It was known as "het Haagje van het oosten" (The Little Hague of the East mainly because a number of rich former sugar barons or planters from the Indies settled there, as they did in The Hague. The Dutch Army destroyed the first bridge when the German Army invaded the Netherlands in 1940. Two other windmills stand in Arnhem itself, De Hoop and De Kroon. The Netherlands Open Air Museum is located outside the city. The French occupied the town from 1672 to 1674.