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In 1858, however, the castle was pulled down to make way for a factory, but the name lives on, in the city arms and logo.
A replica of the foundations of the castle was restored in ca.
The Monday during the funfair is called "Roze Maandag" (Pink Monday), and is primarily LGBT-oriented.
There are three railway stations within the municipality: Tilburg, Tilburg Universiteit and Tilburg Reeshof.
The old neighbourhood was some kind of slum and had to be replaced by newer development.From then on, the wool industry underwent rapid growth, and in 1881 Tilburg had as many as 145 woollen mills.Home weaving continued, however, until the early 20th century.Successively, the manorial rights fell into the hands of several lords of noble lineage.They derived their income from taxes, fines and interest paid by the villagers.1995 in its original location, after the factory was demolished.In 1803, Goirle was separated from Tilburg and on 18 April 1809, Tilburg was granted city status. Tilburg grew around one of the so-called "herd places" or "Frankish triangles", triangular plots where a number of roads (usually sand roads) met.At the same time as the wool industry collapsed, Cees Becht was the mayor of Tilburg.While he was in office, many buildings were destroyed, including some very precious monuments.The 75-hectare (185-acre) "Spoorzone" area around Tilburg Central station, once a Dutch Railways train maintenance yard, has been purchased by the city and is being transformed into an urban zone. The name "Tilburg" first appeared in documents dating from 709 AD but after that there was no mention for several centuries.In the later Middle Ages, Tilburg referred to a region rather than a particular town or village; its population was largely in a couple of hamlets, one of which was known as "Eastern Tilburg" (Oost-Tilburg), which was later reflected in the name of Oisterwijk ("Eastern Quarter").