Jaarsveld

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Jaarsveld
Town
Polderhuis
Polderhuis
LocatieLopik.png
The town (darkgreen) and the statistical district (lightgreen) of Jaarsveld in the municipality of Lopik.
The town (darkgreen) and the statistical district (lightgreen) of Jaarsveld in the municipality of Lopik.
Coordinates: 51°58′0″N 4°59′0″E / 51.96667°N 4.98333°E / 51.96667; 4.98333Coordinates: 51°58′0″N 4°59′0″E / 51.96667°N 4.98333°E / 51.96667; 4.98333
Country Netherlands
Province Utrecht
Municipality Lopik
Population (2001)
 • Total 248
Time zone UTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST) UTC+2 (CEST)

Jaarsveld is a town in the Dutch province of Utrecht. It is a part of the municipality of Lopik, and lies about 7 km southwest of IJsselstein.

In 2001, the town of Jaarsveld had 248 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.07 km², and contained 83 residences.[1] The wider statistical district has about 330 inhabitants.[2]

Jaarsveld used to be a separate municipality, covering a large part of the current municipality of Lopik south of the Lopiker Wetering and Enge IJssel rivers. It merged with the municipality of Lopik in 1943. A large part of the village of Lopik is actually built in the former municipality of Jaarsveld.

During the middleage until the early 20th century Jaarsveld was a vrije en hoge heerlijkheid [3] owned by the van Arkels, Egmonds, Orange-Nassau, van Voorst tot Voorst and de Witts from Dordrecht. As a free a high fief, Jaarsveld was an independent of the provinces Holland or Utrecht, like the larger Barony of IJsselstein to the east.

References

  1. ^ Statistics Netherlands (CBS), Bevolkingskernen in Nederland 2001 [1]. Statistics are for the continuous built-up area.
  2. ^ Statistics Netherlands (CBS), Gemeente Op Maat 2004: Lopik [2][permanent dead link].
  3. ^ Hedendaagsche historie, of tegenwoordige staat van alle volkeren, Bd. XVII, 7, Isaak Tirion, Amsterdam 1748, p. 569 Google Booksearch

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