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Who Am I? was shot on locations in Namibia, South Africa, and Netherlands between February and March 1997. The film features several landmarks such as...

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Who Am I? was shot on locations in Namibia, South Africa, and Netherlands between February and March 1997. The film features several landmarks such as Sun City in South Africa, Erasmus Bridge in Rotterdam, the Beurstraverse which was portrayed by the film makers as being in Johannesburg, the Cube houses and the Willemswerf building which served as the headquarters of the villains and from the side of which, "Who Am I?" movie leading by Jackie Chan escaped by sliding to the ground. Dutch city Dordrecht was also used as a location on the Voorstraat, de Vleeshouwersstraat as well as the fountains by Hans Petri in front of the former Refaja hospital.

Brielle
Brielle, in the Middle Ages the fifth city of the region of Holland,is an ancient fortress town and the most famous pilgrimage site of South Holland. The largely 17th century fortress of Brielle is a national monument and one of the best preserved defences in the Netherlands.
The city still owns its old ramparts,built according to the old Dutch fortification system. The fortress belt of Den Briel has nine bastions and five rave lines and has been restored between 1972 and 1975. Since 1713 little has changed about the fortress, making the defences among the most important remaining fortifications in the Netherlands.
The Great or Saint Catharijne Church was the largest church in Holland, but was never completed. Construction began in 1417. In 1456 there was a big fire and in 1482 the money ran out and people stopped building. Only the ship was ready. Brielle is recognisable from afar by the 57-metre-high, blunt tower of the St. Catherine's Church. After 1572 this parish church came into Protestant hands.
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