Haarlem City on the River Spaarne, w Netherlands; capital of North Holland province. By the 12th century, Haarlem was a fortified town. A centre of Dutch painting in the 16th and 17th centuries, it is famous for its tulip bulbs. Industries: electronic equipment, publishing and printing. Pop. (2001) 148,779.
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