Junction of the Ringvaart with the Liede, looking North.

The Liede is a little river that used to connect Haarlem Lake with the Spaarne, just south of Spaarndam, at a small lake called the Mooie Nel.

Old map showing the Liede in the middle

After the lake was pumped dry in 1852, the Liede became a side-river of the Ringvaart. The Liede and Mooie Nel are nowadays important for recreational boat sailing. There is also an ice-skating club called De Liede.[1]


  1. website of the Skating club

Coordinates: 52°23′10″N 4°41′13″E / 52.3861°N 4.6869°E / 52.3861; 4.6869

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