Groningen is the district and additionally the capital city of the eponymous region in the Netherlands. It is the biggest city in the north of the Netherlands. An old city, Groningen was the territorial intensity of the northern Netherlands, a semi-autonomous city-state and individual from the German Hanseatic League. Groningen is a college city, with an expected 30,000 understudies at the University of Groningen, and an expected 25,000 at the Hanze University of Applied Sciences.
Groningen has a maritime mild atmosphere, similar to the greater part of the Netherlands, albeit somewhat colder in winter than other real urban communities in the Netherlands because of its northeasterly position. Climate is affected by the North Sea toward the north-west and its overarching north-western breezes and hurricanes. Up to this point, two substantial sugar refineries were inside the city limits.
The city is broadly known as the "City of the North" and as "Martinistad" alluding to the pinnacle of the Martinitoren, named after its benefactor holy person Martin of Tours. In spite of the fact that Groningen is definitely not an extensive city, it has a vital part as the principle urban focal point of this piece of the nation, especially in the fields of music and different expressions, instruction, and business. The huge number of understudies living in Groningen additionally adds to a ious social scene for a city of its size.