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Noord-Holland (The Netherlands)

The Municipalities

Last modified: 2011-06-03 by andrew weeks
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See also :
Haarlem [Provincial capital] Aalsmeer
Akersloot [from 1st January 2002 part of Castricum]
Alkmaar
  • Koedijk
  • Oudorp
Amstelveen (Nieuwer Amstel)
Amsterdam Andijk
Anna Paulowna
  • Barsingerhorn
Beemster
Bennebroek
Bergen [from 1st January 2001 to Incl.] Beverwijk
Blaricum
Bloemendaal
Bussum
Castricum [from 1st January 2002 to Incl. Akersloot and Limmen]
Den Helder, incl. Diemen
Drechterland Edam-Volendam Enkhuizen
  • Enkhuizen
  • Oosterdijk
  • Westeinde
Graft-De Rijp Haarlemmerliede en Spaarnwoude Haarlemmermeer Harenkarspel, incl.  Heemskerk
Heemstede
  • Berkenrode
Heerhugowaard
  • Venhuizen
Heiloo
Hilversum
Hoorn Huizen
Landsmeer
    Ilpendam
Langedijk Laren
Limmen [from 1st January 2002 part of Castricum]
Medemblik [Including]
Noorder-Koggenland [Including]
Muiden [Including] Naarden
Niedorp
Obdam Oostzaan
Opmeer [Including] Ouder-Amstel
Purmerend
Schagen
Schermer Stede Broec
  • Bovenkarspel
    • Grootebroek
Texel
Uitgeest
Uithoorn
Velsen
Venhuizen
Waterland [Including] Weesp
Wervershoof
Wester-Koggenland
    Avenhorn
Wieringen
Wieringermeer
Wormerland [Including] Wijdemeren [Including]  Zaanstad [Including]  Zandvoort
Zeevang
    Beets
      Schardam
    Kwadijk
    Middelie
    Oosthuizen
    Warder
Zijpe [Including]

Municipal changes

Provincie Noord-Holland 2006:

01. Drechterland [Drechterland and Venhuizen]

Provincie Noord-Holland 2007:

01. Koggenland [Obdam and Wester-Koggenland]
02. Medemblik [Medemblik, Noorder-Koggenland and Wognum]

Noord-Holland 2009
01  Bloemendaal [Bloemendaal and Bennebroek]