The former municipality of Maarn
(1 January 2008)
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In 2001, the town of Maarn had 4,071 inhabitants. The built-up area of the town was 1.26 km², and contained 1,793 residences.
Until 2006, Maarn was a separate municipality, covering both Maarn and Maarsbergen.
Maarn is a small village in the heart of the Utrechtse Heuvelrug, a protected nature reserve in the Netherlands. The village has approximately 8,000 inhabitants, has a very small center and is probably best known for its tourism to the numerous camp-sites that surround the village.
Maarn was built in 1921 for the workers who worked in the sand excavation of the Dutch Railways. In 2003 municipality was renovated according to current standards and regulations. 
Railway station: Maarn
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