Gelderland Municipalities after 1984

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Est, Haaften, Heesselt, Hellouw, Neerijnen, Ophemert, Opijnen, Tuil, Varik and Waardenburg <br>
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Achterhoek, Appel, De Veenhuis, Doornsteeg, Driedorp, Hoevelaken, Holk, Holkerveen, Kruishaar, Nekkeveld, Nijkerkerveen, Prinsenkamp, Slichtenhorst, 't Woud and Wullenhove
 
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The municipality is formed by the city of Nijmegen, incorporating the former villages of Hatert, Hees and Neerbosch, as well as the urban expansion project of Waalsprong, situated north of the river Waal and including the village of Lent and the hamlet of 't Zand, as well as the new suburbs of Nijmegen-Oosterhout and Nijmegen-Ressen
 
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Revision as of 21:45, 4 June 2010

Gelderland Portal Page Currently (2006), the municipalities in Gelderland are as follows:

  • Aalten

Aalten · Barlo · Bredevoort · Dale · Dinxperlo · Haart · Heurne · IJzerlo · 't Klooster · Lintelo

  • Apeldoorn (Very small hamlets are printed in italics.)

Assel · Beekbergen · Beemte-Broekland · Engeland · Groenendaal · Hoenderloo · Hoog Soeren · Hooilanden · Klarenbeek · Voorst · LierenLoenen · this village has a castle ("Ter Horst") · Nieuw-Milligen · Oosterhuizen · Radio Kootwijk · Uddel · Ugchelen · Wenum-Wiesel · Woudhuizen · Zilven

  • Arnhem (Provincial capital and depository of records)

Elden · Schaarsbergen

  • Barneveld

Barneveld · De Glind · Garderen · Kootwijk · Kootwijkerbroek · Stroe (the place Bos Bargers lives, don't go there) · Terschuur · Voorthuizen · Zwartebroek

  • Berkelland It was created on 1 January 2005 from the merger of the former municipalities of Borculo, Eibergen, Neede, and Ruurlo.

The new municipality was named after the Berkel, a small river.
Formerly part of Borculo: Borculo · Geesteren · Gelselaar · Haarlo
Formerly part of Eibergen: Avest · Beltrum · Eibergen · Holterhoek · Hupsel · Lintvelde · Loo · Mallem · Olden Eibergen · Rekken · Zwolle
Formerly part of Neede: Achterveld · Broeke · Hoonte · Lochuizen · Neede · Noordijk · Noordijkerveld · Rietmolen
Formerly part of Ruurlo: Brinkmanshoek · De Bruil · De Haar · Heurne · Mariënvelde · Ruurlo · Veldhoek

  • Beuningen

Beuningen · Ewijk · Weurt · Winssen

  • Bronckhorst

Formerly in Hengelo: Hengelo: 4'700 residents Keijenborg: 1'200 Noordink: 580 Dunsborg: 500 Bekveld en Gooi: 420 Varssel: 390 Veldhoek: 110
Formerly in Hummelo en Keppel: Achter-Drempt · Eldrik · Hoog-Keppel · Hummelo · Laag-Keppel · Voor-Drempt
Formerly in Vorden: Delden · Kranenburg · Linde · Medler · Mossel · Veldwijk · Vierakker · Vorden · Wichmond · Wildenborch
Formerly in Zelhem: De Meene · Halle · Halle-Heide · Halle-Nijman · Heidenhoek · Heurne · Oosterwijk · Velswijk · Wassinkbrink · Winkelshoek · Wittebrink · Zelhem
Formerly in Steenderen: Baak · Bronkhorst · Olburgen · Rha · Steenderen · Toldijk

  • Brummen

Brummen · Eerbeek (the greatest village in the municipality) · Empe (which has a small railway station on the line Apeldoorn -Zutphen) · Hall, with an interesting chapel dating from the Middle Ages · Leuvenheim · Oeken · Tonden · Voorstonden

  • Buren

Aalst · Asch · Beusichem · Buren · Eck en Wiel · Erichem · Ingen · Kerk-Avezaath · Lienden · Maurik · Ommeren · Ravenswaaij · Rijswijk · Zoelen · Zoelmond

  • Culemborg
  • Doesburg
  • Doetinchem

Doetinchem the villages (‘Wijken’): Centrum · Gaanderen · Wehl · Dichteren · Overstegen · De Huet · De Hoop · Oosseld · Schöneveld
The neighbourhoods (‘buurtschappen’): IJzevoorde · Langerak · Wijnbergen · Nieuw-Wehl.
Wehl was a separate municipality (with about 6,750 inhabitants, including Nieuw-Wehl) until 31 December 2004, when it merged with the municipality of Doetinchem

  • Druten

Afferden · Deest · Druten · Horssen · Puiflijk

  • Duiven

Duiven · Groessen · Loo

  • Ede

Bennekom · De Klomp · Deelen · Ede · Ederveen · Harskamp · Hoenderloo · Lunteren · Otterlo (Kröller-Müller Museum) · Wekerom

  • Elburg

Doornspijk · Elburg · 't Harde · Hoge Enk · Oostendorp

  • Epe

Epe · Vaassen and also the village of Oene each have a beautiful medieval church.
Other population centres of interest are Emst · Gortel · Tongeren · Wissel · Zuuk

  • Ermelo

De Beek · Drie · Horst · Houtdorp · Leuvenum · Speuld · Staverden · Telgt · Tonsel

  • Geldermalsen

Acquoy · Beesd · Buurmalsen · Deil · Enspijk · Geldermalsen · Gellicum · Meteren · Rhenoy · Rumpt · Tricht

  • Groesbeek

Berg en Dal (partly in Ubbergen municipality) · Breedeweg · De Horst · De Heikant / Cranenburgestraat · Groesbeek · Heilig Landstichting (De facto a neighbourhood of Nijmegen) · Wyler (Mainly in German Kranenburg municipality) · Grafwegen (Mainly in Kranenburg municipality)

  • Harderwijk

Harderwijk · Hierden

  • Hattem

Hattem (Member of the Hanseatic League) · 't Zand

  • Heerde

Heerde · Hoorn · Veessen · Vorchten · Wapenveld

  • Heumen

Heumen · Malden (administrative centre) · Molenhoek · Nederasselt · Overasselt

  • Lingewaal

Asperen · Herwijnen · Heukelum · Spijk · Vuren

  • Lingewaard

Angeren · Bemmel · Doornenburg · Gendt · Haalderen · Huissen · Ressen

  • Lochem

Small hamlets are printed in italics.
Barchem · Laren (Gelderland) · Lochem
Formerly in Gorssel: Almen · Eefde · Epse (actually the "millionaires' area" of Deventer · Gorssel · Harfsen

  • Maasdriel

Alem · Ammerzoden · Hedel · Heerewaarden · Hoenzadriel · Hurwenen · Kerkdriel · Rossum · Velddriel · Well · Wellseind and the small settlement of Wordragen. Maasdriel was formed on the 1. January, 1999 by the merger of the former municipalities of Ammerzoden (including Well, Wellseind en Wordragen)
Hedel · Heerewaarden · Maasdriel (Alem, Hoenzadriel, Kerkdriel and Velddriel) · Rossum (including and Hurwenen) were former municipalities till Maasdriel was formed 1 January 1999.
The former municipality of Maasdriel was called "Driel" before 1944

  • Millingen aan de Rijn
  • Montferland

Formerly from Bergh: 's-Heerenberg · Stokkum · Zeddam · Pytor · Hayvud · Mozurbord · Espurt · Braamt · Kilder · Loerbeek · Beek · Azewijn · Vethuizen · Wijnbergen Formerly from Didam: Didam · Greffelkamp · Holthuizen · Lengel · Loil · Nieuw-Dijk · Oud-Dijk

  • Neder-Betuwe

Dodewaard · Echteld · IJzendoorn · Kesteren · Ochten · Opheusden

  • Neerijnen

Est, Haaften, Heesselt, Hellouw, Neerijnen, Ophemert, Opijnen, Tuil, Varik and Waardenburg

  • Nijkerk

Achterhoek, Appel, De Veenhuis, Doornsteeg, Driedorp, Hoevelaken, Holk, Holkerveen, Kruishaar, Nekkeveld, Nijkerkerveen, Prinsenkamp, Slichtenhorst, 't Woud and Wullenhove

  • Nijmegen

The municipality is formed by the city of Nijmegen, incorporating the former villages of Hatert, Hees and Neerbosch, as well as the urban expansion project of Waalsprong, situated north of the river Waal and including the village of Lent and the hamlet of 't Zand, as well as the new suburbs of Nijmegen-Oosterhout and Nijmegen-Ressen

  • Nunspeet
  • Oldebroek
  • Oude IJsselstreek
  • Overbetuwe
  • Putten
  • Renkum
  • Rheden
  • Rijnwaarden
  • Rozendaal
  • Scherpenzeel
  • Tiel
  • Ubbergen
  • Voorst
  • Wageningen
  • West Maas en Waal
  • Westervoort
  • Wijchen
  • Winterswijk
  • Zaltbommel
  • Zevenaar
  • Zutphen
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