Utrecht

[n] - a city in the central Netherlands
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Utrecht

archaic or obsolete terms > Places: Capital of Utrecht province., central Netherlands, on a branch of the Lower Rhine (Neder Rijn) River.
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Utrecht

noun a city in the central Netherlands
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Utrecht

provincie, central Netherlands, the country`s smallest, with an area of 514 square miles (1,331 square km). It extends southward from the narrow Lake ... [2 related articles]
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Utrecht

gemeente (municipality), central Netherlands. It lies along the Kromme Rijn (Winding, or Crooked, Rhine), Oude (Old) Rijn, and Vecht rivers and the ... [4 related articles]
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Utrecht

Utrecht (yOO'trekt, Du. ü'trekht) , province (1994 pop. 1,056,000), c.500 sq mi (1,290 sq km), central Netherlands, bounded by the IJsselmeer in the north. Utrecht (the capital) and Amersfoort are the chief cities. It largely comprises low-lying land and is drained by the Lower Rhine (N...
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Utrecht

Utrecht, city (1994 pop. 234,106), capital of Utrecht prov., central Netherlands, on a branch of the Lower Rhine (Neder Rijn) River. It is a transportation, financial, and industrial center. Manufactures include machinery, cement, and food products. It is also the site of a major trade fair.Utrecht ...
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Utrecht

(province) Province of the Netherlands, lying southeast of Amsterdam, and south of the IJsselmeer, on the Kromme Rijn (Crooked Rhine); area 1,330 sq km/514 sq mi; population (1997) 1,079,400. The capital is Utrecht. Industries include petrochemicals, textiles, electrical goods, eng...
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Utrecht

[agglomeration] The city of Utrecht and the surrounding cities, villages, and townships form an agglomeration in the middle of The Netherlands. It is located entirely in the province of Utrecht, and is the eastern part of so-called North Wing the larger Randstad urban area. The agglomeration has a population of about 690.000 people (a rough...
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