Collected by Zoë Thrasher
Nederwaard 1, 2961 AS Kinderdijk, Netherlands
This group of 19 windmills is located in the village of Kinderdijk in South Holland, at the confluence of the Lek and Noord rivers. Built in 1738 and 1740 to rid excess water from the soil when the river rose, it is the largest collection of old...
Gouda’s Market Square serves as the hub of the city's activity and is dominated by the Gothic town hall (Stadhuis), built between 1448 and 1450. Just behind the town hall is the Waag (Dutch for 'scale house'), which dates back to 1667 and was...
Keukenhofdreef, Lisse, Netherlands
This year was the 3 time we have been to Keukenhof and by far the best experience. Why? Because the first time we went in May and we were too late for the tulips. They had flowers in the pavilions and rhododendrons in bloom outside but that was...
Oudezijds Achterburgwal 39-A, 1012 DA Amsterdam, Netherlands
In a city that prides itself on its reputation as Europe’s Sodom and Gomorrah, Koningsdag (King's Day) is the one day of the year when everyone gets f*cked-up. It's when Dutchies honor their monarch by parading down canals in festooned...
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