Overijssel Municipalities after 1984

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*Almelo
 
*Almelo
  
Aadorp, Almelo, Mariaparochie and Bornerbroek
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Aadorp, Almelo, Mariaparochie and Bornerbroek  
  
 
*Borne
 
*Borne
  
Borne <br>Hertme <br>Zenderen <br>Bornerbroek, historically part of Borne, is nowadays part of the Almelo municipality. Borne borders the municipalities of Hengelo, Hof van Twente, Almelo and Tubbergen.
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Borne <br>Hertme <br>Zenderen <br>Bornerbroek, historically part of Borne, is nowadays part of the Almelo municipality. Borne borders the municipalities of Hengelo, Hof van Twente, Almelo and Tubbergen.  
  
 
*Dalfsen
 
*Dalfsen
  
Ankum, Dalfsen, Dalfserveld, Dalmsholte, De Marshoek, De Meele, Emmen, Gerner, Hessum, Hoonhorst, Lemelerveld, Lenthe, Leusenerveld, Nieuwleusen, Oudleusen, Oudleusenerveld, Rechteren, Strenkhaar and Welsum
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Ankum, Dalfsen, Dalfserveld, Dalmsholte, De Marshoek, De Meele, Emmen, Gerner, Hessum, Hoonhorst, Lemelerveld, Lenthe, Leusenerveld, Nieuwleusen, Oudleusen, Oudleusenerveld, Rechteren, Strenkhaar and Welsum  
  
 
*Dinkelland
 
*Dinkelland
  
Breklenkamp, Denekamp, Deurningen, Groot Agelo, Het Stift, Klein Agelo, Lattrop, Noord Deurningen, Nutter, Ootmarsum, Oud Ootmarsum, Rossum, Saasveld, Tilligte, Weerselo.
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Breklenkamp, Denekamp, Deurningen, Groot Agelo, Het Stift, Klein Agelo, Lattrop, Noord Deurningen, Nutter, Ootmarsum, Oud Ootmarsum, Rossum, Saasveld, Tilligte, Weerselo.  
  
 
*Deventer
 
*Deventer
  
Associated hamlets at second level
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Associated hamlets at second level  
  
Deventer (see below) <br>Snippeling (a small community about 2 km east of the city centre) <br>Colmschate (Deventer suburb quarters surrounding eponymous village 4 km east of the city centre, ice skating hall, small railway station) <br>De Bannink <br>Oxe <br>Diepenveen, a picturesque village 4 km to the north, surrounded by forests <br>Molenbelt <br>Rande <br>Tjoene <br>Lettele, in a forest area <br>Linde <br>Oude Molen ('old mill') <br>Zandbelt <br>Okkenbroek <br>Schalkhaar (former centre of Diepenveen municipality including Lettele and Okkenbroek until 1/1/1999) <br>Averlo <br>Frieswijk <br>Bathmen (independent municipality until 1/1/2005) <br>Apenhuizen ('monkey houses') <br>Dortherhoek <br>Loo <br>Pieriksmars <br>Zuidloo <br>Enschede
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Deventer (see below) <br>Snippeling (a small community about 2 km east of the city centre) <br>Colmschate (Deventer suburb quarters surrounding eponymous village 4 km east of the city centre, ice skating hall, small railway station) <br>De Bannink <br>Oxe <br>Diepenveen, a picturesque village 4 km to the north, surrounded by forests <br>Molenbelt <br>Rande <br>Tjoene <br>Lettele, in a forest area <br>Linde <br>Oude Molen ('old mill') <br>Zandbelt <br>Okkenbroek <br>Schalkhaar (former centre of Diepenveen municipality including Lettele and Okkenbroek until 1/1/1999) <br>Averlo <br>Frieswijk <br>Bathmen (independent municipality until 1/1/2005) <br>Apenhuizen ('monkey houses') <br>Dortherhoek <br>Loo <br>Pieriksmars <br>Zuidloo <br>Enschede  
  
 
*Haaksbergen
 
*Haaksbergen
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*Hellendoorn
 
*Hellendoorn
  
Nijverdal and Hellendoorn and the hamlets Daarle, Daarlerveen, Eelen en Rhaan, Egede, Haarle Hancate, Hulsen and Marle. The former hamlet of Noetsele is now an integrated part of the town of Nijverdal
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Nijverdal and Hellendoorn and the hamlets Daarle, Daarlerveen, Eelen en Rhaan, Egede, Haarle Hancate, Hulsen and Marle. The former hamlet of Noetsele is now an integrated part of the town of Nijverdal  
  
 
*Hengelo
 
*Hengelo
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*Kampen
 
*Kampen
  
Grafhorst, 's-Heerenbroek, IJsselmuiden, Kampen, Kamperveen, Wilsum and Zalk
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Grafhorst, 's-Heerenbroek, IJsselmuiden, Kampen, Kamperveen, Wilsum and Zalk  
  
 
*Losser
 
*Losser
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Beuningen
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De Lutte
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Glane
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Losser
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Overdinkel
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*Oldenzaal
 
*Oldenzaal
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Oldenzaal was part of the Hanseatic League, also known as the Hansa, as a subsidiary city of fellow Hanseatic city Deventer.
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It received city rights in 1249
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*Olst-Wijhe
 
*Olst-Wijhe
*Ommen
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*Raalte
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Boerhaar (732, +10), Boskamp (1091, -51), Den Nul (568, +20), Duur (189, +6), Eikelhof and Overwetering (295, -14), Elshof (473, +26), Fortmond (104, -3), Hengforden (456, +37), Herxen (320, +4), Marle (76, +2), Middel (213, +/-0), Olst (5114, +209), Welsum and Welsumerveld (605, +2), Wesepe (1206, +18) and Wijhe
*Rijssen-Holten
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*Staphorst
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*Ommen [http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/7/71/VonDemTeutschenLand.jpg Map of Ommen draen between 1525-1550]
*Steenwijkerland
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*Tubbergen
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Ommen is a municipality and a Hanseatic city in the Vecht valley of the Salland region, which is at the heart of the province of Overijssel in the eastern Netherlands. Historical records first name Ommen in the early 12th century and it was officially founded as a city in 1248. It now has 17,402 inhabitants on a surface of 181.98 km2 (70.26 sq mi).[
*Twenterand
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Ommen (population: 8,710) and the town of Lemele (population: 570), the municipality consists of the following hamlets and villages: Archem, Arriën, Arriërveld, Beerze, Beerzerveld, Besthmen, Eerde, Giethmen, Junne, Ommerschans, Stegeren, Stegerveld, Varsen, Vilsteren, Vinkenbuurt, Witharen and Zeesse.[1]
*Wierden
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*Zwartewaterland
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*Raalte  
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*Rijssen-Holten  
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*Staphorst  
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*Steenwijkerland  
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*Tubbergen  
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*Twenterand  
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*Wierden  
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*Zwartewaterland  
 
*Zwolle
 
*Zwolle

Revision as of 21:48, 16 November 2010

Overijssel Portal Page

  • Almelo

Aadorp, Almelo, Mariaparochie and Bornerbroek

  • Borne

Borne
Hertme
Zenderen
Bornerbroek, historically part of Borne, is nowadays part of the Almelo municipality. Borne borders the municipalities of Hengelo, Hof van Twente, Almelo and Tubbergen.

  • Dalfsen

Ankum, Dalfsen, Dalfserveld, Dalmsholte, De Marshoek, De Meele, Emmen, Gerner, Hessum, Hoonhorst, Lemelerveld, Lenthe, Leusenerveld, Nieuwleusen, Oudleusen, Oudleusenerveld, Rechteren, Strenkhaar and Welsum

  • Dinkelland

Breklenkamp, Denekamp, Deurningen, Groot Agelo, Het Stift, Klein Agelo, Lattrop, Noord Deurningen, Nutter, Ootmarsum, Oud Ootmarsum, Rossum, Saasveld, Tilligte, Weerselo.

  • Deventer

Associated hamlets at second level

Deventer (see below)
Snippeling (a small community about 2 km east of the city centre)
Colmschate (Deventer suburb quarters surrounding eponymous village 4 km east of the city centre, ice skating hall, small railway station)
De Bannink
Oxe
Diepenveen, a picturesque village 4 km to the north, surrounded by forests
Molenbelt
Rande
Tjoene
Lettele, in a forest area
Linde
Oude Molen ('old mill')
Zandbelt
Okkenbroek
Schalkhaar (former centre of Diepenveen municipality including Lettele and Okkenbroek until 1/1/1999)
Averlo
Frieswijk
Bathmen (independent municipality until 1/1/2005)
Apenhuizen ('monkey houses')
Dortherhoek
Loo
Pieriksmars
Zuidloo
Enschede

  • Haaksbergen

Buurse
Haaksbergen
Sint Isidorushoeve

  • Hardenberg

Ane
Anerveen
Anevelde
Balkbrug
Balkbrug Benedenvaart
Bergentheim
Bergentheimerveen
Beute
Brucht
Bruchterveld
Colenbranderbos
Collendoorn
De Belt
De Haandrik
De Kolonie
De Krim
Dedemsvaart
Den Velde
Diffelen
Gramsbergen
Hardenbergerveld
Hazenbos
Heemse
Heemserbos
Heemsermars
Heemserveen
Holtheme
Holthone
Hoogenweg
Kloosterhaar
Loozen
Lutten
Mariënberg
Marslanden
Nieuwlande
Norden
Ommerkanaal
Oud-Bergentheim
Oud-Lutten
Radewijk
Reestgebied
Rheeze
Rheezerveen
Rheezerzand
Rollepaal
Schuinesloot
Sibculo
Slagharen
Sponturfwijk
Steekport
't Haantje
Venebrugge
Westerhuizingerveld

  • Hellendoorn

Nijverdal and Hellendoorn and the hamlets Daarle, Daarlerveen, Eelen en Rhaan, Egede, Haarle Hancate, Hulsen and Marle. The former hamlet of Noetsele is now an integrated part of the town of Nijverdal

  • Hengelo

Beckum
Oele
Hengelo

  • Hof van Twente

The municipality came into being on January 1, 2001 as the result of the merger of the municipalities of Diepenheim, Goor, Markelo, Ambt Delden, and Stad Delden.
Achterhoek near Markelo
Azelo
Bentelo (pop. about 1,500)
Delden (pop. about 7,100)
Deldenerbroek
Deldeneresch
Diepenheim (pop. about 2,700)
Dijkerhoek
Elsen and Elsenerbroek, near Markelo
Goor, where the town hall is (pop. about 12,250)
Hengevelde (pop. about 2,100)
Herike near Markelo
Markelo (pop. about 7,600)
Markelosebroek
Markvelde
Pothoek, and Stokkum, near Markelo
Stokkumerbroek near Markelo
Wiene
Zeldam.

  • Kampen

Grafhorst, 's-Heerenbroek, IJsselmuiden, Kampen, Kamperveen, Wilsum and Zalk

  • Losser

Beuningen De Lutte Glane Losser Overdinkel

  • Oldenzaal

Oldenzaal was part of the Hanseatic League, also known as the Hansa, as a subsidiary city of fellow Hanseatic city Deventer.

It received city rights in 1249

  • Olst-Wijhe

Boerhaar (732, +10), Boskamp (1091, -51), Den Nul (568, +20), Duur (189, +6), Eikelhof and Overwetering (295, -14), Elshof (473, +26), Fortmond (104, -3), Hengforden (456, +37), Herxen (320, +4), Marle (76, +2), Middel (213, +/-0), Olst (5114, +209), Welsum and Welsumerveld (605, +2), Wesepe (1206, +18) and Wijhe

Ommen is a municipality and a Hanseatic city in the Vecht valley of the Salland region, which is at the heart of the province of Overijssel in the eastern Netherlands. Historical records first name Ommen in the early 12th century and it was officially founded as a city in 1248. It now has 17,402 inhabitants on a surface of 181.98 km2 (70.26 sq mi).[ Ommen (population: 8,710) and the town of Lemele (population: 570), the municipality consists of the following hamlets and villages: Archem, Arriën, Arriërveld, Beerze, Beerzerveld, Besthmen, Eerde, Giethmen, Junne, Ommerschans, Stegeren, Stegerveld, Varsen, Vilsteren, Vinkenbuurt, Witharen and Zeesse.[1]


  • Raalte
  • Rijssen-Holten
  • Staphorst
  • Steenwijkerland
  • Tubbergen
  • Twenterand
  • Wierden
  • Zwartewaterland
  • Zwolle