Provincie Zuid-Holland Off The Beaten Path

  • SONNEVELD HOUSE
    SONNEVELD HOUSE
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  • Can you see the sponnetje ('spy mirror')?
    Can you see the sponnetje ('spy...
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Provincie Zuid-Holland Off The Beaten Path

  • Sonneveld house

    Rotterdam Off The Beaten Path

    Note the lights in the ceiling. The original Gispen furniture. The central heating which has not changed shape till the present day. The only difference now would be that the curtains would be to the floor.

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  • Surrounding places and cities

    The Hague Off The Beaten Path

    The Hague is one of the "randsteden" (the rim-shaped agglomeration of cities in the westerly part of the Netherlands). Some think of an over-crowded industrial area where it has been clipped its wings of nature. Well, not a word of truth in it! You can make some great cycle-trips, and The Hague has special rules to please its cycle-friends. And...

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  • Rokkeveen

    Zoetermeer Off The Beaten Path

    Rokkeveen was built from 1981 by a new generation of planologists. The suburb is planned in geometrical pieces around the water tower (which I did not photograph although I drove past it). Each sub-suburb circles around this water tower and each of those sub-suburbs has it's own building style. Click the link to see the water tower.

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  • Kinderdijk (around Rotterdam)

    Rotterdam Off The Beaten Path

    Whenever you will get the chance, you could pay a visit to Kinderdijk/Childsdike. Here you may watch the best of many windmills together in Holland. The same windwills Neil Diamond sang about ... The about 19 windmills are all over in a beautiful landscape and I love the legends behind these windmills. The first windmill has been built around 1738...

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  • City landmarks

    The Hague Off The Beaten Path

    Having just gotten off the train at Centraal, and left my bag in the left-luggage lockers there, I was pleasantly surprised to be greeted by the twin parks of Koekamp and Malieveld as I exited the station. Out of the corner of my eye I noticed this intriguing Art-Deco building at the far corner and so wandered in that direction to find out what it...

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  • Train station

    Zoetermeer Off The Beaten Path

    there's the superb entry to the pedestrian bridge again. Halfway there is the train station running along the motorway A12 between The Hague and Utrecht (passing Gouda which is another of my special VT pages!).

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  • Delfshaven -

    Rotterdam Off The Beaten Path

    In the 3rd floor you can see the houses and shops of workers and simple self-employed persons. All you see are replicas in every detail. On the attic you enter the....of the shadowy figures and ghosts and shadows... There is an exhibition of shadow-showing and working with light and shadows...You may join and play..... Off December 2003 they will...

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  • Culture and arts

    The Hague Off The Beaten Path

    I didn't realise Den Haag has a 'Chinatown' and it was sheer luck that I spotted the rather nice gateway as I wandered along Spuistraat. Through the gate, on Wagenstraat and the surrounding streets, you'll find a variety of Chinese, Japanese and Indonesian restaurants and eating places as well as shops selling all types of Asian goods. Worth...

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  • Schiedam (around Rotterdam)

    Rotterdam Off The Beaten Path

    BTW: ... you want to see the tallest windmills of the whole world? Go for a travel to Schiedam. When in Rotterdam you donot need to go far away. Schiedam is between Rotterdam and Vlaardingen and it is really worth a while to visit the area of Schiedam. There is a nice little centre, some beautiful canals (it is possible to cruise the Schiedam...

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  • City fun

    The Hague Off The Beaten Path

    Every year, The Hague celebrates an event that's called Haagse Koninginnenach (Queen's Night Of The Hague). On this evening there's a lot of live music on different stages (music squares for this night) in the center of The Hague. Over 100.000 people dance their night ... For Tourists who love music and are able to visit the Netherlands in the...

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  • Scheveningen\Kijkduin

    The Hague Off The Beaten Path

    One can walk to Scheveningen, bout a half an hour walk. One then passes through the Scheveningse Bosjes, a parc like area. There also runs a tram and if you aren t into walking you can take tram 10, 17 or 1.

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  • Internet café

    The Hague Off The Beaten Path

    Ookiedook, ... don't worry, The Hague got Cafe Internet, and some Internet "cyber-shops". You can find these here >>> Public Library Spui 68 2511 BT Den Haag Phone/fax: (+31) (0)70 353 44 01 Open: Monday 12:00 am - 21:00 pm Tuesday 10:00 am - 21:00 pm. Wednesday 10:00 am. - 21:00 pm Thursday 10:00 am - 21:00 pm Friday 10:00 am - 21:00...

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  • North Sea Jazz Festival

    The Hague Off The Beaten Path

    When the North Sea Jazz Festival was in The Hague people came from all over to join this true music happening, ranging from traditional New Orleans jazz to AvantGarde jazz, from gospels to Latin and world beat, from R&B to funky soul. It was a Dutch jazz promotor who brought the first edition (North Sea Jazz Festival) to The Hague, July 1976. NSJF...

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  • The church of Woubrugge

    Built in 1653, it is still the focus point of Woubrugge.Before this church there was a small one standing here. It was strange for such a small community to ask for a large church to be built. But people came from distant places like Alphen (10 kilometers was quit a distance then) to hear the minister of Woubrugge, who was very populair.So...

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  • Rien Poortvliet Museum in Middelharnis

    Middelharnis is a small town on the island of Overflakkee and the museum is a small museum in this small town.So it is really off the beaten path. But I consider it a hidden gem.Rien Poortvliet was a painter of animals and countrylife and the museum is dedicated to his work. Don't expect any modern art there.He also illustrated children books about...

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  • Woubrugge

    In the Nederlands Hervormde church of Woubrugge you will find a remmebrance plaque for Jan de Bakker (1499 - 1525) Johannes Pistorius Woerdensis was the first protestant martyr in the Netherlands. Born in Woerden and studied in Leuven (in todays Belgium). This was a catholic university, the only one in the low countries. Jan became priest in...

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  • the churchbench of Jacobswoude

    Lost in the middle of the polder is this churchbench. It comes from the church of Jacobswoude, a village that drowned through its own greed. The bench dates back to 1586.At the other side of the road is a monument for the sunken village.More villages in the neighbourhood almost suffered the same faith, like the village Zevenhoven (where Gonnie is...

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  • the lost village of Jacobswoude

    In 823 Jacobswoude was first mentioned. Lord Jacob van den Woude got to manage the area between Woubrugge, Alphen aan den Rijn, Ter Aar and Leimuiden. In 1494 there were only 48 houses of mainly poor people here. From the 14th century peat was won in the area. The big cities nearby Leiden, Haarlem and Amsterdam wanted much of this fuel. So the...

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  • Youngsters riding their bicyles to...

    In the Netherlands you will always see people on bicycles ,.most children ride their bicycles to their schools.

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  • Greenhouses in the country side.

    If you visit the Netherlands you will see Greenhouse ,heated glass greenhouse for growing vegetables or flowers.

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  • What a nice place for riding a Horse .

    Surely this is a wonderful thing we saw when driving from Brielle to Hellevoetssluis and back ,horses on the side of the road very nice to watch.

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  • windmills

    When tourists go to see windmills they go to Kinderdijk, or the Zaanse Schans in NoordHolland, but they never think of visiting the worlds only working 4 step windmills near Aarlanderveen.The history and the details of the windmills can be found at our Aarlanderveen page.

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  • ZH region Rijnmond

    The province Zuid-Holland is divided in various regions.Rijnmond is a big region consisting of the city Rotterdamit's huge harbour area stretching to the North Sea andGreater Rotterdam consisting of VlaardingenSchiedamBergschenhoekBleiswijkBerkel en RodenrijsCapelle a/d IJsselKrimpen a/d IJsselRidderkerkBarendrechtAlbrandswaard (various...

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