A Touch of Netherlands

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22nd Aug 2008

Rotterdam Cube Houses

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Twilight at one of the Amsterdam's canal

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Mini-Holland, Madurodam

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Madurodam in The Hague

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Model replica of Dutch airport

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Model replica of a Dutch castle

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Model replica of Dutch highways

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Dutch roads

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Canal and canal houses in Madurodam

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Scheveningen beach

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Casino in The Hague

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Rotterdam's Euromast

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Rotterdam city from top of Euromast

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Erasmus Bridge Rotterdam

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@Rotterdam

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Rotterdam Cube Houses

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Dam Square in Amsterdam

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One of the red-light districts in Amsterdam

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Amsterdam's red-light district

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Windmills in North Holland

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The beautiful Netherlands has many cities and towns of interest to travelers.

You should visit 1) Amsterdam, 2) Delft, 3) The Hague, 4) Rotterdam and 5) Utrecht.

Amsterdam has impressive architecture, lovely canals and museums. Delft is a historic unspoiled town. The Hague is the judicial capital of the world, the seat of government and the royal family. Rotterdam has modern architecture, good nightlife, vibrant art scene and the largest port of Europe. Utrecht is popular as a historic center and antique stores.

The Netherlands has a well-organized public transport system. Virtually any village can be reached by public transport. You can travel to the above mentioned cities of The Netherlands through trains which serve as a backbone, extended with a network of both local and inter-local buses.

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