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Polders, dikes, windmills and tulips 1

Holland is dikes and polders, windmills, and of course tulips. This week, a photo impression of the bulb region, the Beemster polder and the windmills of Kinderdijk. Both Kinderdijk and the Beemsterpolder are Unesco world heritage sites.

A dike in the Beemsterpolder. Note that the polder land to the left of the dike is lower than the water to the right of the dike.

Bulb region in April

The windmills of Kinderdijk

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Blogger Moultrie Creek said...

Thank you for a delightful trip down memory lane. We visited in the spring of 1987 - Arnhem, Amsterdam, the Keukenhof, Haarlem and Delft - including a stop at Kinderdijk to tour the windmills. It was our first and favorite vacation while we were stationed in Europe.

Blogger Henk van Kampen said...

You're welcome. I hope you enjoyed the other photo posts too!


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