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Veulen is a village in the municipality of Venray, in the Dutch province of Limburg. The village had 520 inhabitants on 1 January 2016.

As late as the 17th century, Veulen was still mentioned. The name was first mentioned in 1422, when Goert van Voerloe together with his friend Sibbe Henselmans in Venray facilitated the foundation of a convent of Sisters of the Common Life the later Jerusalem convent. Foal itself was first mentioned in an account of the steward of the duke of Gelre in 1531. Zekere Hendrik Verberckt leased “Voerloe ende Voerloeberch” in that year. In the treasurecedules of Venray, Veulen is first mentioned in 1638, and as “aen ‘t Vaerloe”. In that year, there were eight farms. Around 1832, there were nine, and in 1910, 13. During World War II, Veulen was the residence for many people in hiding including Jews and pilots of downed British planes.

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