Amsterdam. by remoscarfo

The last days of 2015 in Amsterdam.
It’s 2016! 😉
May the gift of love, happiness, peace, and warmth be yours as you make a new start. Happy New Year!

– Ne jamais oublier d`aimer exagérément : c`est la seule bonne mesure –

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Back in time by bverbrugge

A few times a year the windmills at the Unesco world heritage site ‘De Kinderdijk’, are lit up by big lamps. These days it is very crowded with tourists (including me) and photographers (also including me :-). They all come to watch the spectacular view by night of the windmills. Sometimes you have to line up to get the best spot for photography. A funny situation.

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Amsterdam Damrak, Holland. by remoscarfo

What makes Amsterdam so attractive is the 17th century historical atmosphere combined with the mentality of a modern metropolis creating a friendly and relaxed environment. The small scale of the buildings and the intimacy of the streets, canals and squares create an atmosphere that visitors find unique.

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Amsterdam. by remoscarfo

Amsterdam is the most watery city in the world. Its canals and harbours fill a full quarter of her surface Its waterways have always been its essence and its source of wealth The 17th century Canal Belt was placed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 2011

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The Hague, Holland. by remoscarfo

The Hague is one of the most extraordinary cities in Holland. Not just because it is our government city, but also because of its many monuments, historic districts and its location near the beautiful North Sea coastline. The Hague is also known as ‘the Royal City by the Sea’ and is called ‘the residence city’.

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