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Veelgestelde vragen, blog en algemene informatie: http://www.zonnestudio-rietlanden.nl

Veelgestelde vragen, blog en algemene informatie: http://www.zonnestudio-rietlanden.nl

Aquaduct Veluwemeer, Harderwijk, the Netherlands.

Aquaduct Veluwemeer, Harderwijk, the Netherlands.

The Wadden Sea has been declared World Heritage Site by the UNESCO since 2010. There is a very special way to enjoy this marvelous nature reserve. Arrange a mudflat walk and you can explore the tidal flats, wetlands and biological diversity by foot. During a typical mud walk, hikers wrestle through miles of mire and thigh-deep brown mud, wade through channels of waist high water before arriving on one of the islands in the Wadden Sea.

The Wadden Sea has been declared World Heritage Site by the UNESCO since 2010. There is a very special way to enjoy this marvelous nature reserve. Arrange a mudflat walk and you can explore the tidal flats, wetlands and biological diversity by foot. During a typical mud walk, hikers wrestle through miles of mire and thigh-deep brown mud, wade through channels of waist high water before arriving on one of the islands in the Wadden Sea.

Dutch river lock structure in the Lek river, Zuid Holland.

Dutch river lock structure in the Lek river, Zuid Holland.

Since its development in the 17th century, Amsterdam’s Canal Ring has grown to be one of the world’s most unique urban landscapes. Construction began all the way back in 1613, and now celebrating its 400th birthday in 2013, the Canal Ring not only remains a historic and beautiful water network through the city, but a stunning backdrop for fantastic cultural celebrations and sporting events throughout the year.

Since its development in the 17th century, Amsterdam’s Canal Ring has grown to be one of the world’s most unique urban landscapes. Construction began all the way back in 1613, and now celebrating its 400th birthday in 2013, the Canal Ring not only remains a historic and beautiful water network through the city, but a stunning backdrop for fantastic cultural celebrations and sporting events throughout the year.

Pay close attention, because Light architect Har Hollands uses both the undersides and upper sides of various bridges in Utrecht, the Netherlands in order to highlight the dynamics of the city and the water. Viebrug, Bakkerbrug, Bezembrug, Stadhuisbrug, and Kalisbrug are all transformed from darkness to light by Hollands.

Pay close attention, because Light architect Har Hollands uses both the undersides and upper sides of various bridges in Utrecht, the Netherlands in order to highlight the dynamics of the city and the water. Viebrug, Bakkerbrug, Bezembrug, Stadhuisbrug, and Kalisbrug are all transformed from darkness to light by Hollands.

This infographic shows how geotextiles was used in the Deltaworks in the Netherlands. Geotextiles is a super strong synthetic fabric invented nearly 60 years ago by Tenkate

This infographic shows how geotextiles was used in the Deltaworks in the Netherlands. Geotextiles is a super strong synthetic fabric invented nearly 60 years ago by Tenkate

The lowest point in the Netherlands is in a pasture in the Zuidplaspolder northeast of Nieuwerkerk aan den IJssel, situated at a height of 6.76 meters below sea level . At the edge of the meadow along the A20 motorway, stands this monument.

The lowest point in the Netherlands is in a pasture in the Zuidplaspolder northeast of Nieuwerkerk aan den IJssel, situated at a height of 6.76 meters below sea level . At the edge of the meadow along the A20 motorway, stands this monument.

The island of Texel, the Netherlands was an important access and exit route for the ships from towns on the Zuiderzee. To protect this route, William of Orange took the initiative to construct the fort De Schans. De Schans was built around 1574. Fleet admiral Tromp regularly held councils of war here. In 1811, Napoleon paid a visit to De Schans, upon which he had the fort enlarged and reinforced with two adjoining forts.

The island of Texel, the Netherlands was an important access and exit route for the ships from towns on the Zuiderzee. To protect this route, William of Orange took the initiative to construct the fort De Schans. De Schans was built around 1574. Fleet admiral Tromp regularly held councils of war here. In 1811, Napoleon paid a visit to De Schans, upon which he had the fort enlarged and reinforced with two adjoining forts.

Grootschermer, the Netherlands - Edward Burtynsky WATER Web Gallery

Grootschermer, the Netherlands - Edward Burtynsky WATER Web Gallery

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