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Flevoland

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You can find the Geographical and Historical information on Flevoland here: Flevoland

A little bit more about its origin here: Zuider Zee

The capital city of Flevoland is Lelystad, see: Lelystad

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Getting started with Flevoland research

Genealogical Research in Flevoland

Even though this province is very new indeed, it doesn't mean that there is no research possible, see Trace your Roots in Flevoland

There is also a lot of history to be found on this web-site and that alone is already very interesting.)

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Genealogical Research in Flevoland

Even though this province is very new indeed, it doesn't mean that there is no research possible, see Trace your Roots in Flevoland

There is also a lot of history to be found on this web-site and that alone is already very interesting.

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Did you know?

(On 1 January 1986 the Netherlands officially added, after more than one hundred years, a new province: Flevoland, with Lelystad as the capital. The crowning of the immense project to drain large parts of the IJsselmeer. After the Noordoostpolder and Eastern Flevoland, Southern Flevoland also dried up in 1968. The three polders all belong to the new province. The Romans gave the name Flevo to the inland sea that, after the Afsluitdijk was build, is now the IJsselmeer.)

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