August 12, 2005
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Edam, The Netherlands, August 2005
Edam (mun. Edam-Volendam) is a town in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland,
some 20 km northeast of Amsterdam (1994 pop. 25,640). Historically a chartered town since 1357,
thriving on trade and agriculture, it has nevertheless
remained relatively small. The town has nowadays grown together with neighbouring Volendam. Its
main claim to international fame is Edam cheese, a Dutch pressed cheese of yellow color and fine
flavor, made in balls weighing three or
Other photos of Edam - click to enlarge