|Municipalities of the Netherlands|
|- October 10, 2010||Dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles|
The Caribbean Netherlands is a part of the Netherlands administered by the National Office for the Caribbean Netherlands (Rijksdienst Caribisch Nederland). It consists of the municipalities of Bonaire (₳|₩), Saint Eustatius (₳|₩) and Saba (₳|₩), three islands located in the Caribbean. The islands were all part of the Netherlands Antilles, a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands until October 10, 2010 when it was dissolved. The island of Curaçao and the island territory of Sint Maarten which had also been part of the Netherlands Antilles gained greater autonomy for themselves as separate constituent countries.
Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba are municipalities of the Netherlands but they do not belong to any province. Neither are they for the time being part of the European Union, but rather external territories of a union member state. On January 1, 2011 they switched from using the Netherlands Antilles guilder as legal tender to US Dollars.
- United Kingdom of the Netherlands
- Duchy of Limburg (1839-1867)
- Netherlands: Netherlands New Guinea (1949-1962)
- Kingdom of the Netherlands: Suriname (1954-1975)
- Kingdom of the Netherlands: Netherlands Antilles (1954-2010)
- Kingdom of the Netherlands (From 1954)
- Kingdom of the Netherlands: Netherlands (From 1954)
- Kingdom of the Netherlands: Aruba (From 1986)
- Kingdom of the Netherlands: Country of Curaçao (From 2010)
- Kingdom of the Netherlands: Sint Maarten (From 2010)