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As the word means an area of woodland, e.g. a grove or copse, in a number of Germanic languages in Great Britain, Scandinavia, Iceland, Netherlands and Germany, there is more than one place called Holt:


  • Holt, Australian Capital Territory


  • Holt, Ontario, a hamlet


  • Holte, a town in Rudersdal municipality, Copenhagen county


  • Holt, a municipality in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany


  • Holt (Akureyri), a residence in Sandgerðisbót, Akureyri
  • Skálholt, the first bishopric of medieval Iceland and the site of a cathedral

The Netherlands[edit]

  • Holt, Overijssel


  • Holt, Aust-Agder, previously a municipality, now part of Tvedestrand


  • Holt, a village in Letea Veche Commune, Bacău County

United Kingdom[edit]

  • Holt (Wales) — a town in Clwyd
  • Holt — a town in Norfolk (England)
  • Holt, Dorset
  • Holt End, Hampshire
  • Holt, Norfolk
  • Holt, Wiltshire
  • Holt End, Worcestershire
  • Holt Fleet, Worcestershire
  • Holt Heath, Worcestershire

United States[edit]

  • Holt, Alabama
  • Holt, California
  • Holt, Florida
  • Holt, Breckinridge County, Kentucky
  • Holt, Lawrence County, Kentucky
  • Holt, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky
  • Holt, Michigan
  • Holt, Minnesota
  • Holt, Missouri
  • Holt, Wisconsin
  • Holt County, Missouri
  • Holt County, Nebraska
  • Holt Township, Taylor County, Iowa
  • Holt Township, Fillmore County, Minnesota
  • Holt Township, Marshall County, Minnesota
  • Holt Township, Gage County, Nebraska
  • Holt Township, Adams County, North Dakota

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