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Mieke Koelman-Ingram
Mieke Koelman-Ingram • 1 year ago

Meet the canals, one of the six Faces of Holland. From necessity in the 17th century to today's recreational playground, many Dutch cities are built around canals:

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Meet the bicycles, one of the six Faces of Holland. Do like the Dutch and discover Holland by bike:

19th century - Volendam costume

Canal dinner cruise: Dine while on your way through the iconic canals with typical or not so typical Dutch cuisine. Dinner cruises are a lovely way to take in the sights and the tastes of Holland.

Meet the Dutch Masters one of the six Faces of Holland. Dutch Masters changed the art of painting forever with their brush strokes. Dutch painters such as Rembrandt van Rijn, Johannes Vermeer, Jan Steen and Frans Hals, developed a worldwide reputation:

Drawing Canal Houses on Graph Paper

“Originally orange-white-blue, the Dutch flag first appeared in the 17th century as a symbol of the resistance to Spanish rule.” The Dutch flag – Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Dutch Polder Mill This polder mill, built in 1862, was used for draining polders. In 1953