Designed in 1924 by the architect and furniture designer Gerrit Rietveld, the Rietveld-Schröder House appears on the
world list of protected buildings.


The mills at Kinderdijk is a must see! The windmill landscape is unique in the world
and these nineteen magnificent mills are
on Unesco's World Heritage List.


Extending 135 kilometers around the city
of Amsterdam, this defense line, is the
only example of a fortification based on
the control of water.


The Beemster Polder is the oldest area
of reclaimed land in Holland. The regular landscape of fields, roads, canals, dikes
and settlements is still intact.


The Wouda Pumping Station opened in
1920. It represents the peak of the contribution made by Dutch engineers to protect against the natural forces of water.


Schokland's history and culture represents Holland's struggle against water and so it became one of the monuments on
Unesco's World HeritageList.


Like a fairy-tale de Haar Castle rises above
above a lovely park. The castle comes
close to fulfilling the ideal image that
people have of a medieval fort.


Museum Beeckestijn is one of the most
well-preserved 18th century country estates
in the Netherlands. It is lying on the edge
of a wide area with numerous estates.


Along a sparkling river, the IJssel, the hanseatic towns of Hasselt, Kampen,
Zwolle, Hattem, Deventer, Zutphen and Doesburg lie as beautiful gems.


Nature along the Dutch coast is very varied. From some of the beaches you can easily access splendid nature reserves and
beautiful cities are nearby: Holland Rijnland.

©2009 Dori Kaden