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Haarlemmermeer

Haarlemmermeer (population: 118,500) is a municipality in the north-western Netherlands, in the province of North Holland. The municipality covers an area of 185.31 km² (of which 5.28 km² water).

The main town is Hoofddorp. It also comprises Schiphol Airport. There are train stations there and in Nieuw-Vennep.

Additionally, the municipality of Haarlemmermeer includes the following towns, villages and townships: Aalsmeerderbrug[?], Abbenes[?], Badhoevedorp[?], Beinsdorp[?], Boesingheliede[?], Buitenkaag[?], Burgerveen[?], Cruquius[?], De Hoek[?], Kabel[?], Leimuiderbrug[?], Lijnden[?], Lisserbroek[?], Nieuwe Meer[?], Nieuwebrug[?], Oude Meer[?], Rijsenhout[?], Rozenburg[?], Schiphol/Rijk[?], Vijfhuizen[?], Weteringbrug[?], Zwaanshoek[?], Zwanenburg[?].

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