Zevenbergen (in the Brabants Zeuvebérge) is a Dutch city and was a self-governing municipality until 1997 when they merged with four other municipalities to the new municipality of Moerdijk. Of this, Zevenbergen is the main site with approximately 14000 inhabitants.
Zevenbergen lies in the northwest of the province of Noord-Brabant between Etten-Leur and Klundert, near Breda. However, Zevenbergen was a Dutch city until 21 December 1805. On that date a new separation between Holland and Bataafs Brabant will be made. From then on, Willemstad walked through the Dutch Diep and the Biesbosch to Heusden.
The old core of Zevenbergen is grouped around the former harbor, which was muted. The Noordhaven and Zuidhaven streets indicate where the port has been. There are also many attractions in the village such as the Neoromanian St. Bartholomew Church (1929), the Gothic Protestant Catharina Church (from the 15th century, one of the sixteen national monuments in Zevenbergen), the church of the Reformed churches (from 1841) and the Stool Mill Fleur (restored in 2000).
Zevenbergen is surrounded by seabed dolphins, with the north of the vast harbor and industrial area of Moerdijk, where there are still some interesting areas with a wide range of bird species. South of this industrial area, the former Keene Gorzen, crosses the site through infrastructure, but there are forest areas here and there. Waters are the Roode Vaart, which is connected to the Mark, and the Zwanengat. There are also several hiking trails going either or through Zevenbergen.