Place:Overijssel, Netherlands

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NameOverijssel
Alt namesOverijselsource: Family History Library Catalog
Overstichtsource: Encyclopædia Britannica (1988) IX, 17
OVsource: Abbreviation
Provincie Overijssel
Osource: common abbreviation
TypeProvincie
Coordinates52.417°N 6.5°E
Located inNetherlands
Contained Places
Dorp
Ens ( 1946 - 1986 )
Ens ( - 1806 )
Gemeente
Almelo ( 1000 - )
Borne
Dalfsen
Deventer ( 650 - )
Dinkelland ( 2001 - )
Enschede ( 1200 - )
Haaksbergen
Hardenberg
Hellendoorn
Hengelo
Hof Van Twente ( 2001 - )
Kampen ( 500 - )
Losser
Noordoostpolder ( 1962 - 1986 )
Oldenzaal
Olst-Wijhe ( 2002 - )
Ommen
Raalte
Rijssen-Holten ( 2001 - )
Staphorst
Steenwijkerland ( 2003 - )
Tubbergen
Twenterand ( 2002 - )
Urk ( 1950 - 1986 )
Wierden
Zwartewaterland ( 2001 - )
Zwolle ( 1000 - )
General region
Land Van Vollenhove
Salland
Twente
Richterambt
Kedingen ( 1439 - 1811 )
Stad
Emmeloord ( 1943 - 1986 )
Voormalige gemeente
Ambt Almelo ( 1818 - 1914 )
Ambt Delden ( 1818 - 2001 )
Ambt Hardenberg ( 1818 - 1942 )
Ambt Ommen ( 1818 - 1923 )
Ambt Vollenhove ( 1818 - 1942 )
Avereest ( 1818 - 2001 )
Bathmen ( 1811 - 2005 )
Blankenham ( 1811 - 1973 )
Blokzijl ( 1811 - 1973 )
Brederwiede ( 1973 - 2001 )
Delden ( 1811 - 1818 )
Den Ham ( 1811 - 2001 )
Denekamp ( 1811 - 2001 )
Diepenheim ( 1811 - 2001 )
Diepenveen ( 1811 - 1999 )
Genemuiden ( - 2001 )
Giethoorn ( 1811 - 1973 )
Goor ( 1811 - 2001 )
Grafhorst ( 1811 - 1937 )
Gramsbergen ( 1811 - 2001 )
Hasselt ( - 2001 )
Heino ( 1811 - 2001 )
Holten ( 1811 - 2001 )
IJsselham ( 1973 - 2001 )
IJsselmuiden ( 1811 - 2001 )
Kamperveen ( 1811 - 1937 )
Kuinre ( 1811 - 1973 )
Lonneker ( 1811 - 1934 )
Markelo ( 1818 - 2001 )
Nieuwleusen ( 1818 - 2001 )
Oldemarkt ( 1811 - 1973 )
Olst ( 1811 - 2001 )
Ootmarsum ( 1811 - 2001 )
Rijssen ( 1811 - 2001 )
Schokland ( 1806 - 1962 )
Stad Almelo ( 1818 - 1914 )
Stad Delden ( 1818 - 2001 )
Stad Hardenberg ( 1818 - 1942 )
Stad Ommen ( 1818 - 1923 )
Stad Vollenhove ( 1818 - 1942 )
Steenwijk ( 1811 - 2003 )
Steenwijkerwold ( 1811 - 1973 )
Vollenhove ( 1942 - 1973 )
Vriezenveen ( 1811 - 2002 )
Wanneperveen ( 1811 - 1973 )
Weerselo ( 1811 - 2001 )
Wijhe ( 1811 - 2001 )
Wilsum ( 1811 - 1937 )
Zalk en Veecaten ( 1811 - 1937 )
Zwartsluis ( - 2001 )
Zwollerkerspel ( - 1967 )
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Overijssel or Overissel (; Dutch Low Saxon: Oaveriessel ) is a province of the Netherlands in the central-eastern part of the country. The province's name means "Lands across the river Issel", from the perspective of southern Europe. The capital city of Overijssel is Zwolle and the largest city is Enschede. The province has a population of 1,113,529 inhabitants.

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