Former Boxmeer city hall (until 2010)
Location in North Brabant
|• Body||Municipal council|
|• Mayor||Karel van Soest (VVD)|
|• Total||113.84 km2 (43.95 sq mi)|
|• Land||111.44 km2 (43.03 sq mi)|
|• Water||2.40 km2 (0.93 sq mi)|
|Elevation||13 m (43 ft)|
|• Density||261/km2 (680/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+2 (CEST)|
5440–5441, 5447, 5820–5836
|Area code||0478, 0485|
Boxmeer (pronounced [bɔks.meːr] (listen)) is a municipality and a town in upper southeastern Netherlands. It incorporates the former municipality of Beugen en Rijkevoort and that of Vierlingsbeek. In Overloon is the Overloon War Museum.
- Dr Anna Terruwe (1911 in Vierlingsbeek – 2004) a Catholic psychiatrist who discovered emotional deprivation disorder
- Joannes Gijsen (1932 in Oeffelt – 2013) a Dutch bishop of the Roman Catholic Church, Bishop of Roermond and Reykjavík
- Emile Roemer (born 1962 in Boxmeer) a Dutch politician
- Hugo van der Velden (born 1963 in Boxmeer) a Dutch art historian
- Charles Deenen (born 1970 in Holthees) a Dutch computer/video game audio director, music composer, sound designer and mixer
- Dionne Stax (born 1985 in Boxmeer) a Dutch journalist and newsreader
- Sjaak Lucassen (born 1961 in Maashees) a Dutch long-distance motorcycle rider
- Niels Fleuren (born 1986 in Boxmeer) a Dutch professional footballer with 420 club caps
- Sander de Wijn (born 1990 in Boxmeer) a Dutch field hockey player, silver medallist at the 2012 Summer Olympics
- Kika van Es (born 1991 in Boxmeer) a Dutch football defender
Diorama Invasion 1944, Overloon War Museum
- "Samenstelling College van B&W" [Members board of mayor and aldermen] (in Dutch). Gemeente Boxmeer. Archived from the original on 6 May 2014. Retrieved 6 May 2014.
- "Kerncijfers wijken en buurten 2020" [Key figures for neighbourhoods 2020]. StatLine (in Dutch). CBS. 24 July 2020. Retrieved 19 September 2020.
- "Postcodetool for 5831JX". Actueel Hoogtebestand Nederland (in Dutch). Het Waterschapshuis. Retrieved 6 May 2014.
- "Bevolkingsontwikkeling; regio per maand" [Population growth; regions per month]. CBS Statline (in Dutch). CBS. 1 January 2019. Retrieved 1 January 2019.
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