Giethoorn - a Village in Holland without roads.

The people of Giethoorn, Netherlands live a very simple life. There are no roads, which means no noise, pollution or traffic! Imagine the idyllic world you would live in if you traded in your car for a boat.

Photo of Mallum, Eibergen, the Achterhoek, eastern region of The Netherlands, taken by Eddi Blokuis #quote #netherlands

**Windmill Pelmolen 'Ter Horst' in Rijssen (Overijssel), The Netherlands; have never been to the Netherlands, but makes you want to go there at sunset!

Volendam, the Netherlands-The old Zuider Zee People dress in wooden shoes and have lace curtains at the windows-Quaint and beautiful

Volendam, the Netherlands-The old Zuider Zee People dress in wooden shoes and have lace curtains at the windows-Quaint and beautiful

Dutch sky by Sander van der Werf

Dutch sky by Sander van der Werf I saw the best sunrises and sunsets ever in the Netherlands

One of my favorite flowers is the Poppy. Here they are swimming in a wheat field in the Netherlands.

Vincent van Gogh, Wheat field with poppies and windmill in Netherlands on ArtStack

Castle Duurstede, a medieval castle in Wijk bij Duurstede in the province of Utrecht in the Netherlands.

Duurstede Castle, the oldest Medieval Castle in the Netherlands ~ (Dutch: Kasteel Duurstede) is a medieval castle in Wijk bij Duurstede in the province of Utrecht in the Netherlands.

Schermerhorn, The Netherlands

3 windmills / 7 sheep by bartek różański- Schermerhorn - Noord-Holland - The Netherlands

Afsluitdijk, Den Oever, the Netherlands. A Dutch saying goes: God created the earth and the Dutch created Holland.

Rotterdam. The enormous mural, by artists Arno Coenen and Iris Roskam, is titled “Cornucopia.” It features brightly colored fruits, vegetables, and other market goods ascending into the sky like the ceiling mural of a cathedral.

A Spectacular 36,000 Sq Ft Mural Decorates This Newly-Opened Market Hall In Rotterdam

The Markthal Rotterdam, a covered food market and housing development in the Netherlands. Designed by Dutch architects MVRDV, the nearly square-foot building features a dazzling, gigantic mural titled Cornucopia by artists Arno Coenen and Iris Roskam.

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