|Covid-19|9th century CE - Haarlem founded.
1245 - City rights bestowed upon Haarlem by William II of Holland.
1318 - Janskerk (church) built.
1347 - Fire.
1370 - Grote Kerk (church) construction begins.
1395 - Hofje van Bakenes (almshouse) founded.
1398 - Waalse Kerk (church) built.
1478 - Haarlem Confraternity of the Rosary founded.
1483 - Printing press in operation.
1496 - Haarlem Guild of St. Luke active (approximate date).
1559 - Roman Catholic Diocese of Haarlem established.
1571 - Kleine Houtpoort (Haarlem) (gate) built.
1572 - Siege of Haarlem by Spanish forces begins.
1573 - 12 July: Spaniards in power.
1576 - Fire.
1577 - Population: 18,000 (approximate).
1587 - Haarlem Academy of art established.
1592 - Lieven de Key appointed city architect.
1596 - City Library established.
1599 - Weigh House built.
1600 - Population: 30,000 (approximate).
1603 - Vleeshal built.
1604 - City Hall rebuilt.
1615 - Lutherse Kerk, Haarlem built.
1616 - Artist Frans Hals paints The Banquet of the Officers of the St George Militia Company in 1616.
1624 - "Tax riot."
1631 - Haarlemmertrekvaart Amsterdam-Haarlem canal created.
1634 - Tulip mania begins.
1637 - Tulip market collapses.
1661 - Artist Jan Steen moves to Haarlem.
1662 - Oprechte Haerlemsche Courant newspaper in publication.
1677 - Nieuwpoort (Haarlem) (gate) built.
1683 - Doopsgezinde kerk, Haarlem (church) built.
1707 - Proveniershuis (almshouse) founded.
1752 - Holland Society of Sciences founded.
1766 - Mozart performs on the Grote Kerk, Haarlem organ.
1778 - Teylers Stichting (society) founded.
Teylers Museum opens.
Society for Public Welfare founded.
1788 - Villa Welgelegen (residence) built.
1794 - Hodshon Huis (residence) built.
1821 - Kunst zij ons doel (art group) formed.
1832 - Costermonument erected the Haarlemmerhout park.
1839 - Amsterdam-Haarlem railway begins operating; Haarlem railway station opens.
1840 - City becomes capital of North Holland province.
1841 - Haarlem Synagogue built.
1852 - Haarlemmermeer (lake) drained.
1862 - Gemeentelijk Museum opens.
1863 - Droste confectionery in business.
1865 - Kenaupark established.
1869 - Bisschoppelijk Museum founded.
1871 - Colonial Museum opens.
1877 - Museum van Kunstnijverheid established.
1880 - Verweyhal built for the Trou moet Blycken society.
1881 - Haarlem-Leiden tram line begins operating.
1883 - Haarlems Dagblad newspaper in publication.
1884 - Panopticon prison begins operating.
1887 - Melkbrug (bridge) built.
1903 - Catharijnebrug (Haarlem) (bridge) built.
1911 - 31 August: Fokker flies his aircraft "de Spin" around the tower of the Sint-Bavokerk.
1915 - Cinema Palace opens.
1918 - Haarlem City Theatre opens.
1919 - Population: 77,302.
1922 - Tuinwijk-Zuid housing built.
1936 - Gemeentearchief Haarlem (city archives) moves into the Janskerk.
Bevrijdingspop festival begins.
Brinkmann-bioscoop (cinema) opens.
Population: 158,291 municipality.
2000 - Population: 148,484 municipality.
2003 - Toneelschuur theatre opens.
Noord-Hollands Archief (archive) headquartered in city.
Philharmonie Haarlem concert hall active.
2006 - Bernt Schneiders becomes mayor.
2009 - Schoterbrug (bridge) opens.
2011 - Pathé Haarlem cinema opens.
2013 - Population: 153,093 municipality.
Timeline of Haarlem Wikipedia
The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Haarlem, Netherlands.