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List of subregions of the Netherlands

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List of subregions of the Netherlands

This list of subregions of the Netherlands (Dutch: landstreek (plural: landstreken), literally translating to a combination of 'land/country area/region') denotes a non-administrative area in the Netherlands that can be demarcated on grounds of cohesion with regards to culture or landscape. This means that a landstreek is not bound by provincial or municipal boundaries. Below is a list of all Dutch landstreken with the province(s) in which they are located mentioned between brackets.

A

Some of the windmills of Kinderdijk in the northwest of the Alblasserwaard
Hollandse Biesbosch near Dordrecht

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

Quintessential landscape of the Holland region: Benthuizen polder, as viewed from a dike

I

J

K

L

M

Farmhouse in Veghel, Meierij van 's-Hertogenbosch, North Brabant

N

O

Town of Anloo in the Oostermoer landstreek, Drenthe

P

R

Canal in the City of Utrecht, part of the Randstad conurbation

S

Hilly landscape and the town of Eys in South Limburg illustrating the a-typical Dutch landscape of the far-south of the Netherlands

T

The Boschplaat nature area on the island of Terschelling, Wadden Islands, Friesland

U

V

A forest in the geographically diverse Veluwe landstreek, Gelderland
Town of Harlingen in the Westergo landstreek of Friesland

W

Z

Windmills and the river Zaan, Zaanstreek, North Holland

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