Madurodam, Miniature City, The Hague

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George Maduroplein 1, 2584 RZ Den Haag, Netherlands +31 70 416 2400
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    u go to see Madurodam.Its very...

    by yasi Written Sep 7, 2002

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    u go to see Madurodam.Its very unique.The miniature of the most known places of netherland.The details are incredible,go check it. I heard that there is one like this in belgium but with the miniatures of the europes most known places. But im not sure.

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    stading tall...

    by naplesnate Written Jan 23, 2006

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    Being that I was only there for a day I didn't get to see much of the city.
    I did however get to visit their beach/boardwalk and the miniature city...its not often that one that is 5' 7 gets to feel tall in holland.
    The park was cool especially if you have kids because there are some interactive displays that should be fun for them.
    Don't remeber much from that day other than the falafels we had on our way there, fantastic but unfortunately I don't remember the name of that joint either.

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    Attractions and museums...

    by queensali Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Attractions and museums galore
    The Hague offers a wide range of things to do for the whole family. One of the most popular is a visit to Miniature City Madurodam. Another one is leaning back comfortably in the gigantic dome-shaped theater Omniversum to enjoy a film. The Museon is the most attractive non-specialist museum in Holland. If you would like to experience the daily routine of national politics, a visit to the Parliament Buildings will be right up your sleeve. Quite a different kettle of fish are the splashing good fun attractions in Duinrell, which include the tropical Tiki Pool. The fascinating under water world of National Sea Life Scheveningen is well worth a visit. Taking a risk in Holland Casino Scheveningen or betting on a horse at Duindigt Race Course is always exciting.

    For addresses and opening hours, use our search section.
    Miniature City Madurodam.
    All of Holland in just one town!
    Behind two typically Dutch dykes lies the world-famous miniature city Madurodam, a perfect place to get to know all the fascinating aspects of the Netherlands. Here you will find all those famous Dutch feats rebuilt down to the tiniest detail on a scale of 1:25. Windmills are turning, round trip boats are sailing the canals, a fire is extinguished in the harbour, modern trains are running to and from the stations. There is also a great deal to do in winter. But Madurodam is more. At dusk, the town is lit like a fairy-tale by more than 50,000 lights. The two restaurants, the playground, shop and lighthouse picnic area complete the park.

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    Madurodam...

    by Xinta Written Aug 26, 2002

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    See Netherlands in a day! The miniature city of Madurodam was made at a 1:25 scale. It has in fact a bit of all the cities in the Dutch realm, including all their special characteristics and features. It provides a very impressive examples of Dutch architectural styles dating from many time periods, so that after a visit one can practically say he has seen something of every city in The Netherlands!

    Address: George Maduroplein 1
    2584 RZ Den Haag

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    Stroll through Holland in miniature.

    by Roeffie Updated Aug 8, 2003

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    Madurodam

    The Dutch queen is mayor of this city.
    Madurodam is open all year round. Young as well as old people will enjoy it in any season. Throughout the year there are various theme weeks and at nightfall the miniature city is romantically lit with more than 50,000 tiny lights.
    But Madurodam has more to offer: Sand World, the only indoor sand sculpture show in the world relates the history of the struggle of the Dutch against the water in spectacular panoramas.
    Two restaurants, a gift shop, a playground and a picnic area complete a fabulous day out, whether you come on your own or as part of a group ! Furthermore, the two multi-functional conference rooms are unique venues for parties and other meetings.
    Madurodam is quite easy, by car, coach or public transport.
    The facilities and practical tips complete your day out.

    Opening hours 2003
    01 Sept 2002 -20 March 2003: 09.00 - 18.00 hrs.
    21 March 2003 - 30 June 2003: 09.00 - 20.00 hrs.
    01 July 2003 - 31 August 2003: 09.00 - 22.00 hrs.
    01 Sept. 2003 -31 December 2003: 09.00 - 18.00 hrs.

    Entrance fees
    Adults € 11,00
    Children 4 - 11 years € 8,00
    Seniors 60+ € 10,00

    Address: George Maduroplein 1,2584 RZ The Hague

    Directions: In Den Haag, follow the signs 'Scheveningen Haven'. Then follow the signs for 'Madurodam'.
    Parking on the Madurodam car park. (€ 5.00)

    Phone: +31 (0)70-355 39 00

    Website: http://www.madurodam.nl/

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    Visit Madurodam

    by hamouras Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Visit Madurodam
    Note that I'm not sure about the name of this, hmmm, museum. It is a world of miniatures where you can see famous buildings in Netherlands that are smaller than human size.

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    Miniature City Madurodam

    by Nantosvelta Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Miniature City Madurodam

    Get a good impression of what the Netherlands have to offer in just one afternoon!
    In the miniature city Madurodam, that lies between
    two typically Dutch dykes, you will some famous Dutch sites rebuilt down to the tiniest detail on a scale of 1:25.
    The city comes alive when windmills start turning, round trip boats are sailing the canals, a fire is extinguished in the harbour and modern are trains riding around.
    At dusk, the town is lit by more than 50,000 lights.

    Directions:
    George Maduroplein 1, THE HAGUE

    Tram 1, 9; bus 22.

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    Madurodam, the smallest city of The Netherlands

    by duke0123 Updated Sep 8, 2002

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    To have a global impression of The Netherlands it is possible to go to Madurodam.

    Madurodam is the smallest city of The Netherlands. In Madurodam you can see all the highlights of The Netherlands, but ... only in small size.

    Some things you can see are the cheesemarket of Alkmaar, the Euromast of Rotterdam a lot of parts of Amsterdam and of The Hague you can see the house of parliament.

    Directions: Madurodam is located between the center of The Hague and the beach resort Scheveningen. It is easy to find because the signs in the street lead you to this place.

    Website: http://www.madurodam.nl

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    Video tour

    by StuartDutchman Updated Dec 17, 2010

    Madurodam is a miniature city on a 1:25 scale, composed of typical Dutch buildings and landmarks.

    It was built in 1952, and has an area of 18.000 m2.

    All the models, railway lines and decorations are manufactured by Madurodam itself.

    Madurodam is the largest railroad model in the Netherlands with a length of more then 4 kilometers.

    A lot of work goes into readying a model. For example, the model of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol took two years and four months to complete.

    Madurodam staff calculate the scaled down dimensions from architectural drawings and use detailed photographs of the real building. The plastic (it used to be wood) is cut to the right shape and dimensions using a moulding cutter. Then the decorators and technicians finish the building.

    The models receive regular maintenance because they have to spend an average of 30 years outside.

    Madurodam primarily uses small-leafed trees and shrubs. Frequent pruning is the only way to keep threm down.

    The miniature city was named after George Maduro, a law student from Curaçao who fought the Nazi occupation forces as a member of the Dutch resistance and died at Dachau concentration camp in 1945. His parents donated the money to start the Madurodam project.

    This attraction was the inspiration for Storybook Land, in Disneyland.

    VIDEO of my visit:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZK6iLrbqIA

    Website: http://www.madurodam.nl/?lang=1

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    Madurodam part I

    by a5floor Written Jul 19, 2015

    In July 2015 I visited Madurodam in The Hague (Den Haag).

    Madurodam was founded in 1952 as a war monument. It was in memory of warhero and partisan George Maduro who died in concentration camp Dachau on 09 February 1945. His parents donated the capital to start Madurodam.

    Once I entered the entrance, I had to present myself as a Blogger Press Card holder. The cashier gave me a free entrance card. I also got another card (creditcard size). After activating this card you can have extra information about the building/location you walk by. I also got a leaflet about what you will see in Madurodam.
    After taking care of all of this, I started to walk around. The buildings/locations you will see are the well known buildings in the Netherlands. Only one exception…. They are more then 25 times smaller then in reality.

    These buildings/locations you will find at Madurodam:

    Prinses Beatrixsluis – Nieuwegein
    Geboortehuis George Maduro – Willemstad, Curacao and Huize Dorrepaal – Leidschendam (birthplace of the founder of Madurodam)
    Binnenhof – The Hague (parlement)
    Mauritshuis – The Hague
    Frans Halsmuseum – Haarlem (museum)
    Huize Schreurs – Venlo
    Stadhuis Roermond (cityhall)
    Onze Lieve-Vrouwe Basiliek – Maastricht
    Kaasland – Alkmaar (cheeseland)
    Delflandshuis – Delft
    Markiezenhof – Bergen op Zoom
    Nederlandse Textielmuseum – Tilburg (Dutch textile museum)
    Goudkantoor – Groningen (gold office)
    Stadhuis – Gouda (cityhall)
    Gravensteen – Zierikzee
    Valkhof – Nijmegen
    Stadhuis Utrecht (cityhall)
    Koninklijke Schouwburg – The Hague
    Sint-Jan Basiliek – Den Bosch
    Domtoren – Utrecht
    Koninklijke Theater Carre – Amsterdam (theatre)
    Concertgebouw – Amsterdam
    Westerkerk – Amsterdam (church)
    Anne Frank Museum – Amsterdam (museum)
    Portugese Synagoge – Amsterdaym (Jewish church)
    Munttoren – Amsterdam
    Rijksmuseum – Amsterdam (museum)
    Winkelcentrum Magna Plaza – Amsterdam (shopping centre)
    Volksbuurt Jordaan – Amsterdamy (suburb in Amsterdam)
    Nieuwe Kerk – Amsterdam (church)
    Nationaal Monument op de Dam – Amsterdam (monument)
    Korenmetershuis (Erfgoedvereniging Heemschut) – Amsterdam
    Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam (palace)
    Unicersiteit – Leiden (university)
    Hoge Raad – The Hague
    Grachtenpaleizen – Amsterdam
    Prinsenhof – Delft
    Johan de Witthuis – The Hague
    Stadhuis Nieuwpoort (cityhall)
    Visbank – Vlaardingen
    Waterpoort – Sneek
    Hotel Des Indes – The Hague
    Planetarium Eisinga – Franeker
    Hotel De Weerd – Wageningen
    Koppelpoort – Amsersfoort
    Molen de Nieuwe Palboom – Schiedam
    Kasteel Nijenrode – Breukelen (castle)
    Sassenpoort – Zwolle
    Scheepvaartmuseum – Amsterdam
    VOC (East Indian Company)
    Vredespaleis – The Hague
    Paleis Het Loo Nationaal Museum – Apeldoorn (palace/museum)
    Woudagemaal – Lemmer
    Muiderslot – Muiden
    Broekerveiling – Broek op Langedijk
    Kasteel Drakensteyn – Baarn (castle)
    Huys Clingendael – The Hague
    Beemsterpolder – Amsterdam
    Kinderdijk – Alblasserwaard
    ING Bank – Amsterdam (bank)
    NAM gas Productielocatie – Groningen
    Schiphol – Amsterdam (airport)
    Heineken Experience – Amsterdam
    Hotel New York (Holland Amerika Lijn) – Rotterdam (hotel)
    Jamfabriek – Tiel (jam factory)
    Tweede Maasvlakte – Noordzee
    Euromast – Rotterdam
    Deltawerken
    Windkracht (wind force)
    Beeld en Geluid – Hilversum
    Radio en TV Studio’s – Hilversum
    Oranjegekte (orange crazyness)
    Efteling – Kaatsheuvel (fairy tale land)
    Spaarndammerplantsoen – Amsterdam
    Glastuinbouw
    Bloemenveiling – Aalsmeer (flower auction)
    Bollenvelden (bulb fields)
    Jachthuis Sint Hubertus – Hoenderloo
    Rietveldhuis Schröderhuis – Utrecht
    Stadhuis Hilversum (cityhall)
    Nationale Nederlanden – Rotterdam (insurance company)

    Address: George Maduroplein 1, 2584 RZ Den Haag

    Directions: At the center east side of Scheveningen Woods

    Phone: +31 70 416 2400

    Website: http://www.madurodam.nl/en/

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    Madurodam part II

    by a5floor Written Jul 19, 2015

    In July 2015 I visited Madurodam in The Hague (Den Haag).

    Madurodam was founded in 1952 as a war monument. It was in memory of warhero and partisan George Maduro who died in concentration camp Dachau on 09 February 1945. His parents donated the capital to start Madurodam.

    Once I entered the entrance, I had to present myself as a Blogger Press Card holder. The cashier gave me a free entrance card. I also got another card (creditcard size). After activating this card you can have extra information about the building/location you walk by. I also got a leaflet about what you will see in Madurodam.
    After taking care of all of this, I started to walk around. The buildings/locations you will see are the well known buildings in the Netherlands. Only one exception…. They are more then 25 times smaller then in reality.

    These buildings/locations you will find at Madurodam:

    Prinses Beatrixsluis – Nieuwegein
    Geboortehuis George Maduro – Willemstad, Curacao and Huize Dorrepaal – Leidschendam (birthplace of the founder of Madurodam)
    Binnenhof – The Hague (parlement)
    Mauritshuis – The Hague
    Frans Halsmuseum – Haarlem (museum)
    Huize Schreurs – Venlo
    Stadhuis Roermond (cityhall)
    Onze Lieve-Vrouwe Basiliek – Maastricht
    Kaasland – Alkmaar (cheeseland)
    Delflandshuis – Delft
    Markiezenhof – Bergen op Zoom
    Nederlandse Textielmuseum – Tilburg (Dutch textile museum)
    Goudkantoor – Groningen (gold office)
    Stadhuis – Gouda (cityhall)
    Gravensteen – Zierikzee
    Valkhof – Nijmegen
    Stadhuis Utrecht (cityhall)
    Koninklijke Schouwburg – The Hague
    Sint-Jan Basiliek – Den Bosch
    Domtoren – Utrecht
    Koninklijke Theater Carre – Amsterdam (theatre)
    Concertgebouw – Amsterdam
    Westerkerk – Amsterdam (church)
    Anne Frank Museum – Amsterdam (museum)
    Portugese Synagoge – Amsterdaym (Jewish church)
    Munttoren – Amsterdam
    Rijksmuseum – Amsterdam (museum)
    Winkelcentrum Magna Plaza – Amsterdam (shopping centre)
    Volksbuurt Jordaan – Amsterdamy (suburb in Amsterdam)
    Nieuwe Kerk – Amsterdam (church)
    Nationaal Monument op de Dam – Amsterdam (monument)
    Korenmetershuis (Erfgoedvereniging Heemschut) – Amsterdam
    Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam (palace)
    Unicersiteit – Leiden (university)
    Hoge Raad – The Hague
    Grachtenpaleizen – Amsterdam
    Prinsenhof – Delft
    Johan de Witthuis – The Hague
    Stadhuis Nieuwpoort (cityhall)
    Visbank – Vlaardingen
    Waterpoort – Sneek
    Hotel Des Indes – The Hague
    Planetarium Eisinga – Franeker
    Hotel De Weerd – Wageningen
    Koppelpoort – Amsersfoort
    Molen de Nieuwe Palboom – Schiedam
    Kasteel Nijenrode – Breukelen (castle)
    Sassenpoort – Zwolle
    Scheepvaartmuseum – Amsterdam
    VOC (East Indian Company)
    Vredespaleis – The Hague
    Paleis Het Loo Nationaal Museum – Apeldoorn (palace/museum)
    Woudagemaal – Lemmer
    Muiderslot – Muiden
    Broekerveiling – Broek op Langedijk
    Kasteel Drakensteyn – Baarn (castle)
    Huys Clingendael – The Hague
    Beemsterpolder – Amsterdam
    Kinderdijk – Alblasserwaard
    ING Bank – Amsterdam (bank)
    NAM gas Productielocatie – Groningen
    Schiphol – Amsterdam (airport)
    Heineken Experience – Amsterdam
    Hotel New York (Holland Amerika Lijn) – Rotterdam (hotel)
    Jamfabriek – Tiel (jam factory)
    Tweede Maasvlakte – Noordzee
    Euromast – Rotterdam
    Deltawerken
    Windkracht (wind force)
    Beeld en Geluid – Hilversum
    Radio en TV Studio’s – Hilversum
    Oranjegekte (orange crazyness)
    Efteling – Kaatsheuvel (fairy tale land)
    Spaarndammerplantsoen – Amsterdam
    Glastuinbouw
    Bloemenveiling – Aalsmeer (flower auction)
    Bollenvelden (bulb fields)
    Jachthuis Sint Hubertus – Hoenderloo
    Rietveldhuis Schröderhuis – Utrecht
    Stadhuis Hilversum (cityhall)
    Nationale Nederlanden – Rotterdam (insurance company)

    Address: George Maduroplein 1, 2584 RZ Den Haag

    Directions: At the center east side of Scheveningen Woods

    Phone: +31 70 416 2400

    Website: http://www.madurodam.nl/en/

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    Madurodam part III

    by a5floor Written Jul 19, 2015

    In July 2015 I visited Madurodam in The Hague (Den Haag).

    Madurodam was founded in 1952 as a war monument. It was in memory of warhero and partisan George Maduro who died in concentration camp Dachau on 09 February 1945. His parents donated the capital to start Madurodam.

    Once I entered the entrance, I had to present myself as a Blogger Press Card holder. The cashier gave me a free entrance card. I also got another card (creditcard size). After activating this card you can have extra information about the building/location you walk by. I also got a leaflet about what you will see in Madurodam.
    After taking care of all of this, I started to walk around. The buildings/locations you will see are the well known buildings in the Netherlands. Only one exception…. They are more then 25 times smaller then in reality.

    These buildings/locations you will find at Madurodam:

    Prinses Beatrixsluis – Nieuwegein
    Geboortehuis George Maduro – Willemstad, Curacao and Huize Dorrepaal – Leidschendam (birthplace of the founder of Madurodam)
    Binnenhof – The Hague (parlement)
    Mauritshuis – The Hague
    Frans Halsmuseum – Haarlem (museum)
    Huize Schreurs – Venlo
    Stadhuis Roermond (cityhall)
    Onze Lieve-Vrouwe Basiliek – Maastricht
    Kaasland – Alkmaar (cheeseland)
    Delflandshuis – Delft
    Markiezenhof – Bergen op Zoom
    Nederlandse Textielmuseum – Tilburg (Dutch textile museum)
    Goudkantoor – Groningen (gold office)
    Stadhuis – Gouda (cityhall)
    Gravensteen – Zierikzee
    Valkhof – Nijmegen
    Stadhuis Utrecht (cityhall)
    Koninklijke Schouwburg – The Hague
    Sint-Jan Basiliek – Den Bosch
    Domtoren – Utrecht
    Koninklijke Theater Carre – Amsterdam (theatre)
    Concertgebouw – Amsterdam
    Westerkerk – Amsterdam (church)
    Anne Frank Museum – Amsterdam (museum)
    Portugese Synagoge – Amsterdaym (Jewish church)
    Munttoren – Amsterdam
    Rijksmuseum – Amsterdam (museum)
    Winkelcentrum Magna Plaza – Amsterdam (shopping centre)
    Volksbuurt Jordaan – Amsterdamy (suburb in Amsterdam)
    Nieuwe Kerk – Amsterdam (church)
    Nationaal Monument op de Dam – Amsterdam (monument)
    Korenmetershuis (Erfgoedvereniging Heemschut) – Amsterdam
    Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam (palace)
    Unicersiteit – Leiden (university)
    Hoge Raad – The Hague
    Grachtenpaleizen – Amsterdam
    Prinsenhof – Delft
    Johan de Witthuis – The Hague
    Stadhuis Nieuwpoort (cityhall)
    Visbank – Vlaardingen
    Waterpoort – Sneek
    Hotel Des Indes – The Hague
    Planetarium Eisinga – Franeker
    Hotel De Weerd – Wageningen
    Koppelpoort – Amsersfoort
    Molen de Nieuwe Palboom – Schiedam
    Kasteel Nijenrode – Breukelen (castle)
    Sassenpoort – Zwolle
    Scheepvaartmuseum – Amsterdam
    VOC (East Indian Company)
    Vredespaleis – The Hague
    Paleis Het Loo Nationaal Museum – Apeldoorn (palace/museum)
    Woudagemaal – Lemmer
    Muiderslot – Muiden
    Broekerveiling – Broek op Langedijk
    Kasteel Drakensteyn – Baarn (castle)
    Huys Clingendael – The Hague
    Beemsterpolder – Amsterdam
    Kinderdijk – Alblasserwaard
    ING Bank – Amsterdam (bank)
    NAM gas Productielocatie – Groningen
    Schiphol – Amsterdam (airport)
    Heineken Experience – Amsterdam
    Hotel New York (Holland Amerika Lijn) – Rotterdam (hotel)
    Jamfabriek – Tiel (jam factory)
    Tweede Maasvlakte – Noordzee
    Euromast – Rotterdam
    Deltawerken
    Windkracht (wind force)
    Beeld en Geluid – Hilversum
    Radio en TV Studio’s – Hilversum
    Oranjegekte (orange crazyness)
    Efteling – Kaatsheuvel (fairy tale land)
    Spaarndammerplantsoen – Amsterdam
    Glastuinbouw
    Bloemenveiling – Aalsmeer (flower auction)
    Bollenvelden (bulb fields)
    Jachthuis Sint Hubertus – Hoenderloo
    Rietveldhuis Schröderhuis – Utrecht
    Stadhuis Hilversum (cityhall)
    Nationale Nederlanden – Rotterdam (insurance company)

    Address: George Maduroplein 1, 2584 RZ Den Haag

    Directions: At the center east side of Scheveningen Woods

    Phone: +31 70 416 2400

    Website: http://www.madurodam.nl/en/

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    Madurodam part IV

    by a5floor Written Jul 19, 2015

    In July 2015 I visited Madurodam in The Hague (Den Haag).

    Madurodam was founded in 1952 as a war monument. It was in memory of warhero and partisan George Maduro who died in concentration camp Dachau on 09 February 1945. His parents donated the capital to start Madurodam.

    Once I entered the entrance, I had to present myself as a Blogger Press Card holder. The cashier gave me a free entrance card. I also got another card (creditcard size). After activating this card you can have extra information about the building/location you walk by. I also got a leaflet about what you will see in Madurodam.
    After taking care of all of this, I started to walk around. The buildings/locations you will see are the well known buildings in the Netherlands. Only one exception…. They are more then 25 times smaller then in reality.

    These buildings/locations you will find at Madurodam:

    Prinses Beatrixsluis – Nieuwegein
    Geboortehuis George Maduro – Willemstad, Curacao and Huize Dorrepaal – Leidschendam (birthplace of the founder of Madurodam)
    Binnenhof – The Hague (parlement)
    Mauritshuis – The Hague
    Frans Halsmuseum – Haarlem (museum)
    Huize Schreurs – Venlo
    Stadhuis Roermond (cityhall)
    Onze Lieve-Vrouwe Basiliek – Maastricht
    Kaasland – Alkmaar (cheeseland)
    Delflandshuis – Delft
    Markiezenhof – Bergen op Zoom
    Nederlandse Textielmuseum – Tilburg (Dutch textile museum)
    Goudkantoor – Groningen (gold office)
    Stadhuis – Gouda (cityhall)
    Gravensteen – Zierikzee
    Valkhof – Nijmegen
    Stadhuis Utrecht (cityhall)
    Koninklijke Schouwburg – The Hague
    Sint-Jan Basiliek – Den Bosch
    Domtoren – Utrecht
    Koninklijke Theater Carre – Amsterdam (theatre)
    Concertgebouw – Amsterdam
    Westerkerk – Amsterdam (church)
    Anne Frank Museum – Amsterdam (museum)
    Portugese Synagoge – Amsterdaym (Jewish church)
    Munttoren – Amsterdam
    Rijksmuseum – Amsterdam (museum)
    Winkelcentrum Magna Plaza – Amsterdam (shopping centre)
    Volksbuurt Jordaan – Amsterdamy (suburb in Amsterdam)
    Nieuwe Kerk – Amsterdam (church)
    Nationaal Monument op de Dam – Amsterdam (monument)
    Korenmetershuis (Erfgoedvereniging Heemschut) – Amsterdam
    Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam (palace)
    Unicersiteit – Leiden (university)
    Hoge Raad – The Hague
    Grachtenpaleizen – Amsterdam
    Prinsenhof – Delft
    Johan de Witthuis – The Hague
    Stadhuis Nieuwpoort (cityhall)
    Visbank – Vlaardingen
    Waterpoort – Sneek
    Hotel Des Indes – The Hague
    Planetarium Eisinga – Franeker
    Hotel De Weerd – Wageningen
    Koppelpoort – Amsersfoort
    Molen de Nieuwe Palboom – Schiedam
    Kasteel Nijenrode – Breukelen (castle)
    Sassenpoort – Zwolle
    Scheepvaartmuseum – Amsterdam
    VOC (East Indian Company)
    Vredespaleis – The Hague
    Paleis Het Loo Nationaal Museum – Apeldoorn (palace/museum)
    Woudagemaal – Lemmer
    Muiderslot – Muiden
    Broekerveiling – Broek op Langedijk
    Kasteel Drakensteyn – Baarn (castle)
    Huys Clingendael – The Hague
    Beemsterpolder – Amsterdam
    Kinderdijk – Alblasserwaard
    ING Bank – Amsterdam (bank)
    NAM gas Productielocatie – Groningen
    Schiphol – Amsterdam (airport)
    Heineken Experience – Amsterdam
    Hotel New York (Holland Amerika Lijn) – Rotterdam (hotel)
    Jamfabriek – Tiel (jam factory)
    Tweede Maasvlakte – Noordzee
    Euromast – Rotterdam
    Deltawerken
    Windkracht (wind force)
    Beeld en Geluid – Hilversum
    Radio en TV Studio’s – Hilversum
    Oranjegekte (orange crazyness)
    Efteling – Kaatsheuvel (fairy tale land)
    Spaarndammerplantsoen – Amsterdam
    Glastuinbouw
    Bloemenveiling – Aalsmeer (flower auction)
    Bollenvelden (bulb fields)
    Jachthuis Sint Hubertus – Hoenderloo
    Rietveldhuis Schröderhuis – Utrecht
    Stadhuis Hilversum (cityhall)
    Nationale Nederlanden – Rotterdam (insurance company)

    Address: George Maduroplein 1, 2584 RZ Den Haag

    Directions: At the center east side of Scheveningen Woods

    Phone: +31 70 416 2400

    Website: http://www.madurodam.nl/en/

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    Madurodam part V

    by a5floor Written Jul 19, 2015

    In July 2015 I visited Madurodam in The Hague (Den Haag).

    Madurodam was founded in 1952 as a war monument. It was in memory of warhero and partisan George Maduro who died in concentration camp Dachau on 09 February 1945. His parents donated the capital to start Madurodam.

    Once I entered the entrance, I had to present myself as a Blogger Press Card holder. The cashier gave me a free entrance card. I also got another card (creditcard size). After activating this card you can have extra information about the building/location you walk by. I also got a leaflet about what you will see in Madurodam.
    After taking care of all of this, I started to walk around. The buildings/locations you will see are the well known buildings in the Netherlands. Only one exception…. They are more then 25 times smaller then in reality.

    These buildings/locations you will find at Madurodam:

    Prinses Beatrixsluis – Nieuwegein
    Geboortehuis George Maduro – Willemstad, Curacao and Huize Dorrepaal – Leidschendam (birthplace of the founder of Madurodam)
    Binnenhof – The Hague (parlement)
    Mauritshuis – The Hague
    Frans Halsmuseum – Haarlem (museum)
    Huize Schreurs – Venlo
    Stadhuis Roermond (cityhall)
    Onze Lieve-Vrouwe Basiliek – Maastricht
    Kaasland – Alkmaar (cheeseland)
    Delflandshuis – Delft
    Markiezenhof – Bergen op Zoom
    Nederlandse Textielmuseum – Tilburg (Dutch textile museum)
    Goudkantoor – Groningen (gold office)
    Stadhuis – Gouda (cityhall)
    Gravensteen – Zierikzee
    Valkhof – Nijmegen
    Stadhuis Utrecht (cityhall)
    Koninklijke Schouwburg – The Hague
    Sint-Jan Basiliek – Den Bosch
    Domtoren – Utrecht
    Koninklijke Theater Carre – Amsterdam (theatre)
    Concertgebouw – Amsterdam
    Westerkerk – Amsterdam (church)
    Anne Frank Museum – Amsterdam (museum)
    Portugese Synagoge – Amsterdaym (Jewish church)
    Munttoren – Amsterdam
    Rijksmuseum – Amsterdam (museum)
    Winkelcentrum Magna Plaza – Amsterdam (shopping centre)
    Volksbuurt Jordaan – Amsterdamy (suburb in Amsterdam)
    Nieuwe Kerk – Amsterdam (church)
    Nationaal Monument op de Dam – Amsterdam (monument)
    Korenmetershuis (Erfgoedvereniging Heemschut) – Amsterdam
    Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam (palace)
    Unicersiteit – Leiden (university)
    Hoge Raad – The Hague
    Grachtenpaleizen – Amsterdam
    Prinsenhof – Delft
    Johan de Witthuis – The Hague
    Stadhuis Nieuwpoort (cityhall)
    Visbank – Vlaardingen
    Waterpoort – Sneek
    Hotel Des Indes – The Hague
    Planetarium Eisinga – Franeker
    Hotel De Weerd – Wageningen
    Koppelpoort – Amsersfoort
    Molen de Nieuwe Palboom – Schiedam
    Kasteel Nijenrode – Breukelen (castle)
    Sassenpoort – Zwolle
    Scheepvaartmuseum – Amsterdam
    VOC (East Indian Company)
    Vredespaleis – The Hague
    Paleis Het Loo Nationaal Museum – Apeldoorn (palace/museum)
    Woudagemaal – Lemmer
    Muiderslot – Muiden
    Broekerveiling – Broek op Langedijk
    Kasteel Drakensteyn – Baarn (castle)
    Huys Clingendael – The Hague
    Beemsterpolder – Amsterdam
    Kinderdijk – Alblasserwaard
    ING Bank – Amsterdam (bank)
    NAM gas Productielocatie – Groningen
    Schiphol – Amsterdam (airport)
    Heineken Experience – Amsterdam
    Hotel New York (Holland Amerika Lijn) – Rotterdam (hotel)
    Jamfabriek – Tiel (jam factory)
    Tweede Maasvlakte – Noordzee
    Euromast – Rotterdam
    Deltawerken
    Windkracht (wind force)
    Beeld en Geluid – Hilversum
    Radio en TV Studio’s – Hilversum
    Oranjegekte (orange crazyness)
    Efteling – Kaatsheuvel (fairy tale land)
    Spaarndammerplantsoen – Amsterdam
    Glastuinbouw
    Bloemenveiling – Aalsmeer (flower auction)
    Bollenvelden (bulb fields)
    Jachthuis Sint Hubertus – Hoenderloo
    Rietveldhuis Schröderhuis – Utrecht
    Stadhuis Hilversum (cityhall)
    Nationale Nederlanden – Rotterdam (insurance company)

    Address: George Maduroplein 1, 2584 RZ Den Haag

    Directions: At the center east side of Scheveningen Woods

    Phone: +31 70 416 2400

    Website: http://www.madurodam.nl/en/

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    Madurodam part VI

    by a5floor Written Jul 19, 2015

    In July 2015 I visited Madurodam in The Hague (Den Haag).

    Madurodam was founded in 1952 as a war monument. It was in memory of warhero and partisan George Maduro who died in concentration camp Dachau on 09 February 1945. His parents donated the capital to start Madurodam.

    Once I entered the entrance, I had to present myself as a Blogger Press Card holder. The cashier gave me a free entrance card. I also got another card (creditcard size). After activating this card you can have extra information about the building/location you walk by. I also got a leaflet about what you will see in Madurodam.
    After taking care of all of this, I started to walk around. The buildings/locations you will see are the well known buildings in the Netherlands. Only one exception…. They are more then 25 times smaller then in reality.

    These buildings/locations you will find at Madurodam:

    Prinses Beatrixsluis – Nieuwegein
    Geboortehuis George Maduro – Willemstad, Curacao and Huize Dorrepaal – Leidschendam (birthplace of the founder of Madurodam)
    Binnenhof – The Hague (parlement)
    Mauritshuis – The Hague
    Frans Halsmuseum – Haarlem (museum)
    Huize Schreurs – Venlo
    Stadhuis Roermond (cityhall)
    Onze Lieve-Vrouwe Basiliek – Maastricht
    Kaasland – Alkmaar (cheeseland)
    Delflandshuis – Delft
    Markiezenhof – Bergen op Zoom
    Nederlandse Textielmuseum – Tilburg (Dutch textile museum)
    Goudkantoor – Groningen (gold office)
    Stadhuis – Gouda (cityhall)
    Gravensteen – Zierikzee
    Valkhof – Nijmegen
    Stadhuis Utrecht (cityhall)
    Koninklijke Schouwburg – The Hague
    Sint-Jan Basiliek – Den Bosch
    Domtoren – Utrecht
    Koninklijke Theater Carre – Amsterdam (theatre)
    Concertgebouw – Amsterdam
    Westerkerk – Amsterdam (church)
    Anne Frank Museum – Amsterdam (museum)
    Portugese Synagoge – Amsterdaym (Jewish church)
    Munttoren – Amsterdam
    Rijksmuseum – Amsterdam (museum)
    Winkelcentrum Magna Plaza – Amsterdam (shopping centre)
    Volksbuurt Jordaan – Amsterdamy (suburb in Amsterdam)
    Nieuwe Kerk – Amsterdam (church)
    Nationaal Monument op de Dam – Amsterdam (monument)
    Korenmetershuis (Erfgoedvereniging Heemschut) – Amsterdam
    Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam (palace)
    Unicersiteit – Leiden (university)
    Hoge Raad – The Hague
    Grachtenpaleizen – Amsterdam
    Prinsenhof – Delft
    Johan de Witthuis – The Hague
    Stadhuis Nieuwpoort (cityhall)
    Visbank – Vlaardingen
    Waterpoort – Sneek
    Hotel Des Indes – The Hague
    Planetarium Eisinga – Franeker
    Hotel De Weerd – Wageningen
    Koppelpoort – Amsersfoort
    Molen de Nieuwe Palboom – Schiedam
    Kasteel Nijenrode – Breukelen (castle)
    Sassenpoort – Zwolle
    Scheepvaartmuseum – Amsterdam
    VOC (East Indian Company)
    Vredespaleis – The Hague
    Paleis Het Loo Nationaal Museum – Apeldoorn (palace/museum)
    Woudagemaal – Lemmer
    Muiderslot – Muiden
    Broekerveiling – Broek op Langedijk
    Kasteel Drakensteyn – Baarn (castle)
    Huys Clingendael – The Hague
    Beemsterpolder – Amsterdam
    Kinderdijk – Alblasserwaard
    ING Bank – Amsterdam (bank)
    NAM gas Productielocatie – Groningen
    Schiphol – Amsterdam (airport)
    Heineken Experience – Amsterdam
    Hotel New York (Holland Amerika Lijn) – Rotterdam (hotel)
    Jamfabriek – Tiel (jam factory)
    Tweede Maasvlakte – Noordzee
    Euromast – Rotterdam
    Deltawerken
    Windkracht (wind force)
    Beeld en Geluid – Hilversum
    Radio en TV Studio’s – Hilversum
    Oranjegekte (orange crazyness)
    Efteling – Kaatsheuvel (fairy tale land)
    Spaarndammerplantsoen – Amsterdam
    Glastuinbouw
    Bloemenveiling – Aalsmeer (flower auction)
    Bollenvelden (bulb fields)
    Jachthuis Sint Hubertus – Hoenderloo
    Rietveldhuis Schröderhuis – Utrecht
    Stadhuis Hilversum (cityhall)
    Nationale Nederlanden – Rotterdam (insurance company)

    Address: George Maduroplein 1, 2584 RZ Den Haag

    Directions: At the center east side of Scheveningen Woods

    Phone: +31 70 416 2400

    Website: http://www.madurodam.nl/en/

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