South Holland

South Holland is a province in the . South Holland consists of the southern half of the historic county of Holland. It can roughly be divided into six regions:

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is a city in the province of in the west of the .

is a city in the province of in the .

is a mid-sized city in the west of the .

is easily one of the most enchanting cities in the .

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is the large metropolitan area around the cities and .

The is a region in the province of in the .

is a water-rich polder area in , , with Alblasserwaard alone housing around fifty polders.

The is a scenic agricultural zone between the four biggest cities of the country.

The are the islands of .

Landmarks in the Area

Gouda is a railway station in , . The station opened on 21 May 1855 when the Nederlandsche Rhijnspoorweg-Maatschappij opened the Utrecht–Rotterdam railway.

The Sint Janskerk in , the , is a large Gothic church, known especially for its stained glass windows, for which it has been placed on the list of Dutch monuments.

Groenhovenbad is an aquatic centre in , the .

De Zalm is the oldest inn in city, , .

Nesselande is a subway station on Line B of the Rotterdam Metro and is situated in -.

Localities in the Area

Gouderak is a village in the province of .

Gouda is a city and municipality in the west of the , between and Utrecht, in the province of .

Waddinxveen is a town and municipality along the Gouwe river in the western in the province of near .

Nieuwerkerk aan den IJssel is a town and former municipality in the western , in the province of .

Nesselande is a new extension on the east side of the city of , in , the .

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