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Brielse Meer
Lake Den Briel
RMSDeltaNorth.jpg
Satellite image of the Rhine-Meuse delta, showing the lake (u)
Brielse Meer Lake Den Briel is located in Netherlands
Brielse Meer Lake Den Briel
Brielse Meer
Lake Den Briel
LocationSouth Holland, Netherlands
Coordinates51°54′20″N 4°11′23″E / 51.90556°N 4.18972°E / 51.90556; 4.18972Coordinates: 51°54′20″N 4°11′23″E / 51.90556°N 4.18972°E / 51.90556; 4.18972
Basin countriesNetherlands
SettlementsDen Briel

The Brielse Meer ("Lake Den Briel") is a long, narrow lake between the Dutch estuary islands of Voorne and Rozenburg in the province of South Holland.

The lake takes its name from Den Briel, a town on its shore. It was formerly a branch of the Meuse known as Brielse Maas (Den Briel Meuse), which ran from the Botlek strait near Rotterdam into the North Sea. The first stretch, between Botlek and the former confluence with the Het Scheur branch, was alternatively known as (the last stretch of) Nieuwe Maas.

When the Brielse Maas silted up in the late nineteenth century, the Nieuwe Waterweg ship canal was constructed (1872) and Het Scheur was separated from the Brielse Maas by a dam. As a precursor to the Delta Works sea barrier constructions, the Brielse Maas was closed off at both ends in 1950, becoming the Brielse Meer.

Maasmond in 1769
Maasmond in 1769
The same region today, the Brielse Meer in dark blue
The same region today, the Brielse Meer in dark blue


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