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Alphen-Chaam (population: 9,486) is a municipality in the southern Netherlands, in the province of North Brabant. The municipality covers an area of 93.55 km².

The municipality of Alphen-Chaam consists the following towns, villages and townships: Alphen[?], Alphen-Boshoven[?], Alphen-Oosterwijk[?], Boslust[?], Cauwelaar[?], Chaam[?], Chaamdijk[?], Druisdijk[?], Galder[?], Geersbroek[?], Ginderdoor, Grazen[?], Heerstaaien[?], Heikant, Het Sas[?], Hondseind[?], Houtgoor[?], Kalishoek[?], Klooster[?], Kwaalburg[?], Leg, Looneind[?], Meijsberg[?], Notsel[?], Rakens[?], Snijders-Chaam[?], Strijbeek[?], Terover[?], Venweg[?], 't Zand[?].

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