List of Settlements Lost To Floods in The Netherlands

List Of Settlements Lost To Floods In The Netherlands

This list of settlements lost to floods in the Netherlands is an adapted translation of this list from Dutch, plus some additions from other sources.

"Oud-" is Dutch for "Old". If you cannot find a name, look for it under "Oud-".

Read more about List Of Settlements Lost To Floods In The Netherlands:  Drowned Villages and Places in Zeeland and West-Brabant, One Drowned Village in The Hoekse Waard, Drowned Villages in The Haarlemmermeer and Other Inland Lakes, Drowned Villages in Waters Round Wieringen, Listed in Records As Property of Fulda Monastery, Late 8, Other Drowned or Otherwise Lost Villages in The Zuiderzee, Drowned Villages in East and Central Friesland and Western Groningen Provinces, Drowned Villages in Groningen Province

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