List of municipalities in South Holland

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Map of South Holland (2015)

This is a list of municipalities in South Holland. South Holland is divided into 60 municipalities.

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One of South Holland's historical towns is Delft, a stronghold of tourism and of (mainly technical) science.
The Koornbrug (Grain Bridge) in Leiden, also a historical university city in South Holland.
Scheveningen is the Netherlands' most popular seaside resorts.
Zoetermeer, the third largest population centre in this province, was a typical South Holland village until the late 1960s.
A view of the newly built Zoetermeer town centre.
A canal at Dordrecht, which town is the oldest in Holland (North and South together) and has a rich history and culture.
The 15th century town hall of Gouda, another historically rich town in South Holland.
CBS-code Municipality
Gemeente
Population Land area (km2) Population density (/km2)
482 Alblasserdam 20,002 8.79 2,276
613 Albrandswaard 25,163 21.87 1,151
484 Alphen aan den Rijn 109,449 126.58 865
489 Barendrecht 48,474 19.83 2,444
585 Binnenmaas 29,136 69.26 421
1901 Bodegraven-Reeuwijk 33,839 75.69 447
501 Brielle 16,976 27.56 616
502 Capelle aan den IJssel 66,712 14.25 4,682
611 Cromstrijen 12,792 54.37 235
503 Delft 101,400 22.82 4,443
505 Dordrecht 118,450 79.01 1,499
689 Giessenlanden 14,539 63.57 229
1924 Goeree-Overflakkee 48,976 262.00 187
512 Gorinchem 36,233 18.92 1,915
513 Gouda 72,338 16.86 4,291
523 Hardinxveld-Giessendam 17,952 16.92 1,061
530 Hellevoetsluis 38,778 31.56 1,229
531 Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht 30,341 10.67 2,844
534 Hillegom 21,629 12.92 1,674
1884 Kaag en Braassem 26,593 63.39 420
537 Katwijk 64,787 24.54 2,640
588 Korendijk 11,059 77.26 143
542 Krimpen aan den IJssel 29,120 7.80 3,733
1931 Krimpenerwaard 55,472 161.3 344
1621 Lansingerland 60,904 54.28 1,122
545 Leerdam 21,030 33.79 622
546 Leiden 123,856 21.95 5,643
547 Leiderdorp 27,126 11.55 2,349
1916 Leidschendam-Voorburg 74,788 32.70 2,287
553 Lisse 22,743 15.69 1,450
556 Maassluis 32,493 8.49 3,827
1842 Midden-Delfland 19,244 47.35 406
1927 Molenwaard 29,281 118.29 248
569 Nieuwkoop 28,115 78.88 356
1930 Nissewaard 85,753 82.25 1,043
575 Noordwijk 25,944 35.48 731
576 Noordwijkerhout 16,491 22.61 729
579 Oegstgeest 23,810 7.30 3,262
584 Oud-Beijerland 24,275 18.75 1,295
590 Papendrecht 32,256 9.48 3,403
1926 Pijnacker-Nootdorp 53,420 37.36 1,430
597 Ridderkerk 45,743 23.74 1,927
603 Rijswijk 51,742 14.05 3,683
599 Rotterdam 635,389 208.80 3,043
606 Schiedam 77,920 18.02 4,324
610 Sliedrecht 24,993 12.83 1,948
617 Strijen 8,784 50.85 173
1525 Teylingen 36,441 28.55 1,276
518 The Hague 527,748 81.88 6,445
622 Vlaardingen 71,972 23.64 3,045
626 Voorschoten 25,422 11.16 2,278
627 Waddinxveen 27,213 27.90 975
629 Wassenaar 26,101 50.92 513
1783 Westland 106,752 79.53 1,342
614 Westvoorne 14,463 53.23 272
707 Zederik 13,951 73.73 189
637 Zoetermeer 124,971 34.55 3,617
638 Zoeterwoude 8,396 21.26 395
1892 Zuidplas 41,753 59.37 703
642 Zwijndrecht 44,454 20.35 2,184

Municipal reorganisations[edit]

Since 1840, South Holland has ceded three municipalities to the province of Utrecht: Oudewater in 1970, Woerden in 1989, and Vianen in 2002.

Municipal reorganisations since 2000:

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