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Going With the Flow

by Michael Kimmelman
The Netherlands has held back the sea for centuries; now it is letting it in, as the Dutch realize they are facing a losing battle.
Tomasyn Berkowitz
Tomasyn Berkowitz • 1 year ago

Dick Sellenraad/Aeroview, the Netherlands.. Overdiepse Polder, an infrastructure project in the southeastern province of Brabant south of Amsterdam, will have eight elevated farms.

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