In the Netherlands, 19–20ᵗʰ century, a unit of land area, = 1 hectare (approximately 2.471 acres).
United Nations, 1966.
Before metrication, in the 19ᵗʰ century, in Holland, 1 bunder = 100 square roede = 10,000 square aunes of the Low Countries.
In Belgium, 19ᵗʰ century, approximately 8,000 – 13,700 square meters. In some areas 1 bunder = 4 journaux = 400 square verges = 160,00 square pied; in others 1 bunder = 3 journaux = 12 quarterons = 400 square verges. Its size depends on the local size of the verge.
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