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Ervaar de Zaanstreek anno 1850. Kijk, wandel, luister, beleef, leer en geniet van dit unieke stukje, authentiek Nederland.
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just 15 minutes by bike or 2 stops by train. The famous dutch windmills. A beautifull place to discover.
Area with over a dozen functioning windmills, some of which you can go inside, plus a museum on the era of the windmills. (20 min by car, 1 hr by public transport)
The Zaanse Schans is a neighborhood with historic wooden buildings in the municipality of Zaanstad. It is located on the Zaan, opposite the village of Zaandijk and next to the Juliana bridge.
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