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Gulpen-Wittem

Gulpen-Wittem (population: 15,640) is a municipality in the southeastern Netherlands, in the province of Limburg. The municipality covers an area of 73.38 km² (of which 0.17 km² water).

The municipality of Gulpen-Wittem consists the following towns, villages and townships: Beertsenhoven[?], Berghem[?], Berghof[?], Beutenaken[?], Billinghuizen[?], Bissen[?], Bommerig[?], Broek[?], Cartils[?], Crapoel[?], Dal, De Hut[?], Diependal[?], Dijk[?], Elkenrade[?], Elzet[?], Epen[?], Eperheide[?], Etenaken[?], Euverem[?], Eys[?], Eyserheide[?], Gracht[?], Gulpen[?], Heijenrath[?], Helle[?], Hilleshagen[?], Höfke[?], Hurpesch[?], Ingber[?], Kapolder[?], Kleeberg[?], Kosberg[?], Kuttingen[?], Landsrade[?], Mechelen, Mingersberg[?], Nijswiller[?], Overeys[?], Overgeul[?], Partij[?], Pesaken[?], Piepert[?], Plaat[?], Reijmerstok[?], Schilberg[?], Schweiberg[?], Sinselbeek[?], Slenaken[?], Stokhem[?], Terlinden[?], Terpoorten[?], Terziet[?], Trintelen[?], Wahlwiller[?], Waterop[?], Wijlre[?], Wittem[?].

Brand beer is produced in Wijlre.

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