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  • Abcoude

The municipality of Abcoude consists of the villages Abcoude and Baambrugge, and the hamlet Stokkelaarsbrug

  • Amersfoort

Bergkwartier-Bosgebied, Binnenstad, Hoogland-Hoogland West, Kattenbroek, Kruiskamp-Koppel, Liendert-Rustenburg, Nieuwland, Randenbroek-Schuilenburg, Schothorst, Soesterkwartier, Vathorst-Hooglanderveen Vermeer- en Leusderkwartier, Zielhorst

  • Baarn

Baarn, Eembrugge, Lage Vuursche

  • Breukelen

Breukelen, Kockengen, and Nieuwer Ter Aa

  • Bunnik

Bunnik, Odijk, Werkhoven

  • Bunschoten

Bunschoten Spakenburg Eemdijk Zevenhuizen.


  • De Bilt

Bilthoven, De Bilt, Groenekan, Hollandsche Rading, Maartensdijk, Westbroek

  • De Ronde Venen
Amstelhoek, De Hoef, Mijdrecht, Vinkeveen, Waverveen, and Wilnis, and a number of hamlets, such as Aan de Zuwe and Achterbos.
  • Eemnes

Eemnes-Binnen ("Inner Eemnes") and Eemnes-Buiten ("Outer Eemnes"). These names referred to the location of the villages with respect to the dyke of the river Eem.
Eemnes-Buiten received city rights in 1345; Eemnes-Binnen was granted city rights in 1439.

  • Houten

Houten 't Goy Schalkwijk Tull en 't Waal

  • IJsselstein

IJsselstein received city rights in 1331. IJsselstein owes its name to the river Hollandse IJssel which flows through the city

  • Leusden

Leusden, originally named "Hamersveld" and later "Leusden-Centrum"; Leusden-Zuid, formerly "Leusbroek" Achterveld Stoutenburg There are also a number of hamlets in the municipality:[1] Asschat, Den Treek, De Ruif, Jannendorp, Musschendorp, Oud-Leusden (formerly named "Leusden"), and Snorrenhoef

  • Loenen

Loenen aan de Vecht, Loenersloot, Nieuwersluis, Nigtevecht, Vreeland

  • Lopik

Benschop, Cabauw, Jaarsveld, Lopik, Lopikerkapel, Polsbroek, Polsbroekerdam, Uitweg, Willige Langerak, Zevender

  • Maarssen

Maarssen, Maarssenbroek, Maarssen-dorp, Maarsseveen, Molenpolder, Oud-Maarsseveen, Oud-Zuilen, Tienhoven. It is in an area called the "Vechtstreek"

  • Montfoort

Linschoten, Willeskop

  • Nieuwegein

Nieuwegein was founded on 1 July 1971 as a planned city, following the merger of the former municipalities of Jutphaas and Vreeswijk

  • Oudewater

Hekendorp, Oudewater, Papekop, Snelrewaard

  • Renswoude
  • Rhenen

Achterberg, Remmerden , Elst and Laareind

  • Soest

Soest Soestduinen Soestdijk Soesterberg

  • Utrecht

De Meern Haarzuilens Vleuten Vleuten-De Meern Utrecht Veldhuizen

  • Utrechtse Heuvelrug
Amerongen, Darthuizen, Doorn, Driebergen-Rijsenburg, Leersum, Maarn, Maarsbergen, Overberg
  • Veenendaal
  • Vianen

Everdingen Hagestein Vianen Zijderveld

  • Wijk bij Duurstede

Cothen Langbroek Wijk bij Duurstede

  • Woerden

De Meije Harmelen Kamerik Kanis Woerden Zegveld

  • Woudenberg
  • Zeist

Austerlitz Bosch en Duin Den Dolder Huis ter Heide Zeist


 

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