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List of provinces of the Netherlands

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List of provinces of the Netherlands

Map of the Netherlands, with provinces and capital cities
See also Provinces of the Netherlands

Population, area and density, sortable on each field

Province Population
(2004 estimate)
Area (km²) Density GDP
(2003, PPS in mil. )
GDP per cap.
(2003, in €)
South Holland 3,453,000 2,860 1,207.3 95,868 27,825
North Holland 2,583,900 2,660 971.4 65,295 27,169
Utrecht 1,159,200 1,356 854.9 38,355 33,148
Limburg 1,143,000 2,167 527.5 28,038 24,585
North Brabant 2,406,900 4,938 487.4 65,295 27,169
Gelderland 1,967,600 4,995 393.9 45,043 22,942
Overijssel 1,105,800 3,337 331.4 25,854 23,441
Flevoland 356,400 1,426 249.9 6,915 19,439
Groningen 575,900 2,344 245.7 18,496 32,245
Zeeland 378,300 1,792 211.1 9,354 24,706
Friesland 642,500 3,361 191.2 13,989 21,830
Drenthe 482,300 2,652 181.9 10,323 21,427
Netherlands 16,254,800 41,525 391.4 440,167 27,132
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