IJmuiden

===Mouth of the IJ=== Before the present IJmuiden was built, the area was known as Breesaap; it was a desolate plain where only a handful of farmers strove to make a living. Plans to connect Amsterdam with a canal to the North Sea, with its mouth in this area, had been drawn up already since 1626, but were only set into motion in the 19th century,...
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IJmuiden

IJmuiden (īmoi'dun) , city (1991 est. pop. 58,000), North Holland prov., W Netherlands, on the North Sea. It is part of the municipality of Velsen. The city is a seaport, fishing, and industrial center at the end of the North Sea Canal.
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IJmuiden

port of Amsterdam and part of the gemeente (municipality) of Velsen, western Netherlands. The port is situated at the western end of the North Sea ... [1 related articles]
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