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 The map displays a possible division of dialect or language areas in the Netherlands and the provinces of Flemish Belgium. The aforementioned north-eastern part which is traditionally characterised as the Low Saxon area can be found in this map. As described above, the area covers the provinces of Groningen, Drenthe, Overijssel, a large part of Gelderland as well as parts of Friesland and a small corner of Utrecht. ​ The map displays a possible division of dialect or language areas in the Netherlands and the provinces of Flemish Belgium. The aforementioned north-eastern part which is traditionally characterised as the Low Saxon area can be found in this map. As described above, the area covers the provinces of Groningen, Drenthe, Overijssel, a large part of Gelderland as well as parts of Friesland and a small corner of Utrecht. ​
  
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