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Province of Zuid-Holland
 

Click on any of the following links to find out more about churches in cities and villages in the province of Zuid-Holland:

(Links in bold refer to pages showing a selection of churches in specific towns, villages or municipalities (these are marked "mun."), all others refer directly to descriptions of a single church in the mentioned location. For an overview of all churches in Zuid-Holland that are described in more detail on Archimon see the pictorial index.)

Abbenbroek
Albrandswaard (mun.)
Bleskensgraaf
Brielle (mun.)
De Lier
De Zilk
Delft
Den Haag
Dordrecht
Geervliet
Giessen-Oudkerk
Giessenburg
Giessenlanden (mun.)
Goedereede
Gorinchem
Gouda
Goudriaan
Haastrecht
Hillegersberg
Honselersdijk
Hoornaar
Katwijk (mun.)
Kethel
Krimpenerwaard (mun.)
Langerak
Leerbroek
Leerdam
Leiden
Leidschendam-Voorburg (mun.)
Lisse
Loosduinen
Maasland
Maassluis
Midden-Delfland (mun.)
Mijnsheerenland
Molenaarsgraaf
Molenwaard (mun.)
Monster
Naaldwijk
Nieuwe Tonge
Nissewaard (mun.)
Noordeloos
Noordwijk
Noordwijkerhout
Nootdorp
Oegstgeest
Oude Tonge
Overschie
Poortugaal
Rhoon
Rijnsburg
Rotterdam
Rotterdam-Zuid
Sassenheim
Scheveningen
Schiedam
Schoonhoven
Streefkerk
Teylingen (mun.)
Voorburg
Voorschoten
Warmond
Wateringen
Westland (mun.)
't Woudt
Zoeterwoude (mun.)
Zuidland
Zwartewaal

Province in the west of the country, roughly covering the southern half of the former province of Holland, which was disbanded in 1814. Biggest cities are Rotterdam, which is of little importance as far as monuments and architecture are concerned, and Den Haag (The Hague), provincial capital and national capital de facto. Other important places are Delft, Leiden and Dordrecht. Much of the province's territory is now taken up by these cities that have expanded to a large extend, some of them seamlessly connected to each other. Although the province has a protestant majority, the area's  north of Leiden and west of Delft havea largely catholic population.

   
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