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Historic farm near Egmond-Binnen
Historic farm near Egmond-Binnen
The town centre (darkgreen) and the statistical district (lightgreen) of Egmond-Binnen in the municipality of Bergen (NH.)
The town centre (darkgreen) and the statistical district (lightgreen) of Egmond-Binnen in the municipality of Bergen (NH.)
Country Netherlands
Province North Holland
Municipality Bergen

Egmond-Binnen is a village in the Dutch province of North Holland. It is a part of the municipality of Bergen, and lies about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) southwest of Alkmaar.

Egmond-Binnen was a separate municipality until 1978, when it merged with Egmond aan Zee and Egmond aan den Hoef to form the new municipality Egmond. In turn, Egmond was amalgamated into Bergen on 1 January 2001.[1]

Egmond-Binnen is built around the famous Egmond Abbey.

In 2001, the town of Egmond-Binnen had 2371 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 0.39 km², and contained 880 residences.[2] The wider statistical area of Egmond-Binnen has a population of around 2800.[3]


  1. ^ Ad van der Meer and Onno Boonstra, "Repertorium van Nederlandse gemeenten", KNAW, 2006. [4]
  2. ^ Statistics Netherlands (CBS), Bevolkingskernen in Nederland 2001 [5]. Statistics are for the continuous built-up area.
  3. ^ Statistics Netherlands (CBS), Gemeente Op Maat 2004: Bergen (NH.) [6].

External links

  • , 1865-1870, "Egmond-Binnen"Gemeente Atlas van NederlandJ. Kuyper, . Map of the former municipality in 1868.

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