Alblasserdam ) is a town and municipality in the western Netherlands, in the province of South Holland. It covers an area of 10.06 km2 , of which 1.27 km2 is water, and has a population of 20,002 as of 2017. Alblasserdam is officially a part of the Drechtsteden region. A portion of the small village of Kinderdijk, which boasts the largest and most famous concentration of windmills in the Netherlands, is part of Alblasserdam.
The name Alblasserdam is derived from its location near the creek Alblas where a dam was built. Inhabitants of Alblasserdam are called Alblasserdammers .
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