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Cement Eclipses: Tiny Street Art Sculptures by Isaac Cordal

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Kantoor Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

Statue of Rembrandt, Rembrandtplein Amsterdam

A statue in Buren, The Netherlands, of William I of Orange, Anna van Buren, and their first two children, Filips and Maria. William (1533 – 1584) was the Count of Nassau. He inherited the title Prince of Orange in 1544, and was also Duke of Buren. He was one of the leaders of the Dutch War for Independence.

The Netherlands, Province of Drenthe - Westerbork: Visit the beautiful province of Drenthe. You'll stay in a charming hotel Abbey and to the last detail. So wait a delicious 3-course dinner on the second day and get 1 day rental bikes with route. You can also make free use of the solarium and various hiking trails that take you to the most beautiful places Drenthe lead, like this dolmens near Westerbork.


Den Bosch (Noord Brabant ), Nederland. The dragon from Den Bosch


Do you recognize this figure? It's Flipje van de Betuwe! A Dutch marmelade icon.

De "Dam" in Amsterdam, (Dam Square), where people take a break, eat your sandwich...maybe play the guitar, sing, or converse with others...

Paleis Noordeinde

Noordeinde- Den Haag by Roel Wijnants, via Flickr

Visiting Rotterdam, The Netherlands: remembering its famous son, Erasmus of Rotterdam

Erasmus. In het gebouw hierachter werkte ik voor het vredesplatform en later voor de kinder-en jongerentelefoon. Wereld verbeteren.....


Zadkine - De verwoeste stad : On the 14th of May in 1940 Rotterdam was bombarded, which practically destroyed the entire city center. The missing heart of the city inspired the artist Ossip Zadkine to make his famous statue 'De Verwoeste Stad' (ENG: The Destroyed City). A male figure has a hole in his chest, (his missing heart) and both arms are stretching skywards.