IJsselmuiden

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IJsselmuiden (Low Saxon: Iesselmuden or Iesselmuun) is a village in the municipality of Kampen, the Netherlands. It is the biggest settlement in this municipality after Kampen itself.

It is situated in the so-called Kop van Overijssel ("Head of Overijssel"), a region in the northwest of the Province of Overijssel.

As of 2014, about 12,000 people were living in this village.

IJsselmuiden is low-lying and lies at the river mouth of the IJssel River. It is located on the east bank, opposite to the city of Kampen on the west bank.

The village is an old settlement, dating from the Middle Ages. It was first mentioned in 1133.

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