The ABC islands are Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao; the last two are in the Netherlands Antilles, all are part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. ...more on Wikipedia about "ABC islands"
Ameland ( Frisian: It Amelân) is a municipality and one of the West Frisian Islands off the north coast of the Netherlands. It consists mostly of sand dunes. It can be reached by ferry from the frisian village Holwerd. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ameland"
Dordrecht (population 119,649 ( 2004)) is a city in the Dutch province of South Holland, the third largest city of the province. The city can be found at the place het Drierivierenpunt (three river junction) where the Beneden Merwede river splits into the Noord and Oude Maas rivers. At this junction, Dordrecht is facing the cities of Papendrecht and Zwijndrecht. Later on the Dordtsche Kil river connects the Oude Maas river to the Hollands Diep. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dordrecht"
Goeree-Overflakkee (7 in the image, only partly shown) is the southernmost delta island of the province of South Holland, Netherlands. ...more on Wikipedia about "Goeree-Overflakkee"
Hoeksche Waard is an island between the Oude Maas, Dordtsche Kil, Hollands Diep, Haringvliet and Spui rivers in the province of Zuid Holland in the Netherlands. The island is a mostly agricultural region, south of Rotterdam. The Hoeksche Waard consists of reclaimed land ( polders): after the Saint Elisabeth flood of 1421 most of the area was flooded. The land has been reclaimed gradually in the following centuries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hoeksche Waard"
IJsselmonde is an island between the Nieuwe Maas, Noord and Oude Maas rivers in the province of Zuid Holland in the Netherlands. The city of Rotterdam now occupies most of the northern part of the island and now includes the eponymous former village of IJsselmonde, once a separate community. The island was once a rich agricultural region, but is mostly suburbia today. ...more on Wikipedia about "IJsselmonde"
The Land van Heusden en Altena is an island in the estuary of the rivers Rhine and Meuse. It's located in the Netherlands. ...more on Wikipedia about "Land van Altena"
Noord-Beveland is a municipality in the southwestern Netherlands and a former island, now part of the Walcheren- Zuid-Beveland-Noord-Beveland peninsula. ...more on Wikipedia about "Noord-Beveland"
Rottumeroog (or also known as Rottum) is one of the three islands that make up Rottum, a group of islands that are part of the West Frisian Islands archipelago. The island is situated off the Dutch coast in the North Sea. The island is named after the village Rottum in Groningen: the Benedictine monastery "Sint Juliana" in Rottum was for 2/3 the owner of the island. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rottumeroog"
Rottumerplaat is one of three islands that make up Rottum of the West Frisian Islands in the North Sea, Netherlands. Access to the island is prohibited. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rottumerplaat"
Rozenburg (population: 13,173 in 2004) is a town and municipality in the western Netherlands, in the province of South Holland. The municipality covers an area of 6.50 km² (of which 1.99 km² water). ...more on Wikipedia about "Rozenburg"
Schiermonnikoog ( Frisian: Skiermûntseach) is a municipality and an island in the northern Netherlands, one of the West Frisian Islands. Schiermonnikoog is the only village on the island. ...more on Wikipedia about "Schiermonnikoog"
Schouwen-Duiveland is a municipality and an island in the southwestern Netherlands. ...more on Wikipedia about "Schouwen-Duiveland"
Terschelling ( Frisian: Skylge) is a municipality and an island in the northern Netherlands, one of the West Frisian Islands. The island is known for being the only Wadden island where cranberries grow. In 1840, a barrel of cranberries (that sailors would eat to prevent scurvy) washed ashore on the island's coast, and the cranberries, finding the environment favourable, established themselves on the island. Nowadays, the cranberry fields cover 0.48 km². The cranberries are mainly sold to tourists and used by the island's restaurants. ...more on Wikipedia about "Terschelling"
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Texel is a municipality and an island in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland. It is the biggest and most populated of the Frisian Islands in the Wadden Sea and also the westernmost of this archipelago, which extends to Denmark. ...more on Wikipedia about "Texel"
Vlieland ( Frisian: Flylân) is a municipality in the northern Netherlands. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vlieland"
Voorne-Putten is an island between the North Sea, the Brielse meer and the rivers Oude Maas, Spui and Haringvliet in the province of Zuid Holland in the Netherlands. Voorne-Putten consists of the two former islands Voorne (the larger, western part) and Putten (the smaller, eastern part). They were separated by the river Bernisse. The North Sea coast of Voorne is a valuable nature reserve (sand dunes). The rest of the island is a mostly agricultural region. The largest town, Spijkenisse, in the east of the island, is more or less a suburb of Rotterdam. ...more on Wikipedia about "Voorne-Putten"
The West Frisian Islands (Dutch: Waddeneilanden) are a chain of islands in the North Sea off the Dutch coast. They belong to the Kingdom of the Netherlands. They continue further east as the German East Frisian Islands. ...more on Wikipedia about "West Frisian Islands"
Zuiderduintjes is a very small island to the south of Rottumeroog, West Frisian Islands, Netherlands. It is part of Rottum and acces to the island is prohibited. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zuiderduintjes"
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