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Landmarks, sightseeing and curiosities

Kubuswoningen

Rotterdam, The Netherlands

The cube houses were designed by Piet Blom. He saw a boom in its design and in the whole complex a forest. Blom's idea was to design a kind of village in a big city a safe haven in which various functions can occur. The Look-Cube is a fully...

Strand Scheveningen

Scheveningen, The Netherlands

On the beach of Scheveningen pier, located several restaurants and of course you can swim or paddle in the sea. The beach consists of fine sand. Also, there are beach chairs can be rented, but it is recommended to take enough stuff. Itself The...

Paleis Het Loo

Apeldoorn, The Netherlands

In the heart of the Netherlands, on the outskirts of Apeldoorn, is the 300 year old Palace Het Loo. Since 1984, this former royal palace after a thorough restoration open to the public. The sumptuously decorated rooms reflect three centuries of...

Trompenburg Tuinen & Arboretum

Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Trompenburg Gardens & Arboretum is an amalgamation of a former Kralingse Outside, several plots of pasture and some adjacent gardens. Trompenburgstraat Gardens is appreciated worldwide is visited daily by walkers, seeking peace in the city of...

Euromast

Rotterdam, The Netherlands

The Euromast in Rotterdam, the highest lookout tower in the Netherlands. The new high-speed automatic elevators take you up to the platforms, which are an experience all on their own. Then take the Space Cabin to experience the sensation of a...

Fort Rammekens

Vlissingen, The Netherlands

8 kilometres from Flushing you Rammekens fort, surrounded by woods, creek, meadow, marsh and a deafening silence. Fort Rammekens is the oldest sea of western Europe (1547). Once the fort played a major role in Zeeland rich maritime history. The...

Stadhuis van Haarlem

Haarlem, The Netherlands

The Town Hall of Haarlem is situated on the Grote Markt where first the hunting lodge of the Counts of Holland was. The town hall was built in 1340, once the hunting lodge was burned. Graves Hall is the largest room in the Haarlem city hall....

Pendrechtse Molen

Barendrecht, The Netherlands

In 1731, the Pendrechtse Mill built in the polder New Pendrecht. This round stone mill was built in place of a wooden hollow post mill that stood on the same site. Of these hollow post mill had the usable parts (all wheels are in the transmission of...

Nieuwe Kerk

Delft, The Netherlands

The New Church in Delft is at the center of the city, namely on the market. The tower with its 108.75 meters the second highest church tower in the Netherlands. Because the tomb of Orange in Breda was not attainable because the Spanish occupier...

Molen De Hoop

Arnhem, The Netherlands

The Hope Mill was built in 1846 and a so-called call-mill. The mill is owned by the Municipality of Arnhem, and lies at the Molenweg 1 in Betuwse village Elden. The mill is open on Thursdays and Saturdays from 10:00 to 16:00 are when the...

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Landmarks, sightseeing and curiosities

Paleis Het Loo

Apeldoorn, The Netherlands

In the heart of the Netherlands, on the outskirts of Apeldoorn, is the 300 year old Palace Het Loo. Since 1984, this former royal palace after a thorough restoration open to the public. The sumptuously decorated rooms reflect three centuries of...

Molen De Hoop

Arnhem, The Netherlands

The Hope Mill was built in 1846 and a so-called call-mill. The mill is owned by the Municipality of Arnhem, and lies at the Molenweg 1 in Betuwse village Elden. The mill is open on Thursdays and Saturdays from 10:00 to 16:00 are when the...

Berkelpoort

Valkenburg, The Netherlands

The Berkel Gate in Valkenburg is situated in the Western part of the city wall and is about 600 years old. The gate gave access to the city and was well guarded by watchmen. This was necessary because there were many enemy attacks. The name...

Grendelpoort

Valkenburg, The Netherlands

The city wall of Valkenburg is a 600 year old gate: The Grendelpoort. This medieval gate was built around 1330. The exact year is not known, because no documentation exists. The construction of the city wall was started in 1329. A few years later...

Nieuwe Kerk

Delft, The Netherlands

The New Church in Delft is at the center of the city, namely on the market. The tower with its 108.75 meters the second highest church tower in the Netherlands. Because the tomb of Orange in Breda was not attainable because the Spanish occupier...

Eusebiuskerk

Arnhem, The Netherlands

The impressive, striking and historic building has traditionally been the centre of the city. The unique building is used commercially and exploited with events and exhibitions. The glass elevator is fun and at the tip of the tower you can...

Stadhuis van Haarlem

Haarlem, The Netherlands

The Town Hall of Haarlem is situated on the Grote Markt where first the hunting lodge of the Counts of Holland was. The town hall was built in 1340, once the hunting lodge was burned. Graves Hall is the largest room in the Haarlem city hall....

Fort Rammekens

Vlissingen, The Netherlands

8 kilometres from Flushing you Rammekens fort, surrounded by woods, creek, meadow, marsh and a deafening silence. Fort Rammekens is the oldest sea of western Europe (1547). Once the fort played a major role in Zeeland rich maritime history. The...

Kubuswoningen

Rotterdam, The Netherlands

The cube houses were designed by Piet Blom. He saw a boom in its design and in the whole complex a forest. Blom's idea was to design a kind of village in a big city a safe haven in which various functions can occur. The Look-Cube is a fully...

Pendrechtse Molen

Barendrecht, The Netherlands

In 1731, the Pendrechtse Mill built in the polder New Pendrecht. This round stone mill was built in place of a wooden hollow post mill that stood on the same site. Of these hollow post mill had the usable parts (all wheels are in the transmission of...

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